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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 
SAM. L. ROGERS, Director 



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Census of Manufactures : 1919 



KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS 



EUGENE F. HARTLEY 
Chief Statistician for Manufactures 




WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTIITG OFFICE 

1920. 



EXPLANATION. ^ "l^ 



There are 3^ industry classifications, and each accepted report is 
assigned to one of these classifications according to the product of 
chief value. 

The classification of reports for manufacturing establishments is 
the assignment of the individual schedule to the particular class to 
which it belongs, in order to bring together, so far as practical, all 
the estabhshments engaged in the same or kindred industries. 

As a general rule the classification will be determined according to 
the product of chief value. There raay be exceptions to this rule, 
in connection with some industry for which a supplemental schedule 
is provided, due to the kuid and quantity of materials used or the 
character of the machinery. A muior product or by-product, sep- 
arately reported, is given its proper classification and tabulated with 
the products for that iudustry. 

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KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 
CENSUS OF MANUFACTURES: lOie./^-^/ 



Industry No. 
Ul^ -4^ Abrasives, artificial (carborundum, alundum, etc., made by the aid of elec- 
tricity). 
<Z>6^ t3^ Abrasives, natural, ground (including corundum, emery, flint, garnet, quartz, 
etc.). 
Absinthe. 

Accessories, ordnance (including projectile caps, gun sights, fuse hole plugs, 
shrapnel cases, range finders, targets, and artillery equipment and appa- 
ratus) . 
Acetanilid. 
Acetates. 

Acetates of lime and of soda (from wood distillation). 
Acetone. 

Acetone (wood distillation). 

Acid, sludge (petroleum refining). . , 

Acids (in general). 

Acids, pyroligneous, and acetic (wood distillation). 
Acids, sulphuric, nitric, and mixed. 
Acids, tannic and gallic (mordants). 
£, / 2.^^^1^a Actions, piano. 
:io'4 ^^06- Adamite, ground. 
SJ J- 58-a Adding attachments to typewriters. 
^y/^^S-a Adding machines. 
^o*^-W-c Adzes. 

1 Aeroplanes and parts. 
.n 2 Agricultural implements. 
^ f6? 299-h Albums, photograph, post card, and other. 
/o 8'f itO-f Albums, souvenir, of views made by photographic, lithographic, or other 

process. 
/ P^^^lSS-a Alcohol, pui'e, neutral, or cologne spirits (grain or ethyl alcohol). 
V^^^'lS^-a Alcohol, denatui-ed. 

3 ¥^ 34^ Alcohol, wood (methyl alcohol), crude and refined. 
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d'^^ 6 CENSUS OF MANUrACTUEES : Wi^, 

Industry No. 
- / i^ Alfalfa meal and feed. 
/ c5 //^ i^3--h Alfalfa food preparations — composition stock feed, for animals and fowls. 
/ ^ / - l^^C Alimentary foods and paste. 
^V d5 Alkaloids and derivatives (includes cocaine, codein,~ morphine, '^quinine, and 

strychnine, etc.). 
j^ i- "^-h Alleys, bowling, and accessories, 
^^^■' »3-b Alloys, dental. 
^ j-^ -^ -i8#S=-a Almanacs. 
^S ^ »^'*' Alpaca, noils, yarn, and cloth. 
/ 9 7^ im-h Altars, stone. 

6> /^ 42 Aluminum. 
•^ ^ o .;jd3- Alimiinum, not from the ore. 
/ ;^ ^ J4 1 -fc Aluminum coating, of steel sheets. 
3-c Aluminum ware. 
<^/"^-€3- Almns (ammonia, potash, soda, burnt, and other alums). 
C-/ ^"^t Alundum (an artificial abrasive). 
/ 'yo i*i Amber work and articles, not including combs and hairpins. 
11 Ambulances, motor. 
^ / ^-^ Ammonia, aqua, anhydrous, etc. 
S. 3 0'-^ ^3^b Ammonia, household. 
zz^ ^^^ Ammunition, cannon and artillery. 

4 Ammunition, firearms (cartridges, shells, blasting caps, etc.). 
/ ^ 7 1S8 Anchors, forged. 
/v^7'^14#-e Andirons. 

3 S.0 **^ Animals, stuffed, vj^-^^'t^^'^^jt^-c^v, 
^ / J -J^M Aniseed, oil of. 
/ o ^ 1^ Announcements, engraved. 

f 7 -^ Annunciators, electric. 
Zf^ -{JS^ Antimony. , S^^-^-e^^^^^i.^ ^^ ^^!^^.,:.,^,,^^^ 
Hq^ iJM Antimony, needle, ground. ■' t 

/ ^ y U^ Anvils, forged. 
/^;Z "iW-l) Anvils, cast iron and steel. 

^/ ^ W-e Apiarists' supplies. 
/ ^O'^ MS-C Apparatus, anthropometrical, astronomical, chemical, physical and physiolog- 
ical, for educational and commercial purposes. 
97 "0^ Apparatus, electrical. 
*2 fj: ^06 Apparatus, gymnasium and circus. 
/^^ - MS-b Apparatus, optical projection. 
^ f^ ^9ar Apparatus, soda-water. 
^Yc> •=- **^ Apparatus and parts, photographic. 
^ /^ ii2 Appliances, orthopedic. 
3/0 -44^ Appliances, surgical. 
^f^ 3l*-c Aprons, butchers' and other. 

7/ -'- *S-e Aprons, women's. __ 

W^7^-i^=;6- iS4 Aprons, leather, for wool machinery (leather covering for feed rolls). -<| c^^f^/l^i 
y^O -^ Aprons and boots, carriage. 



KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 7 

Industry No. 
/ ^ 5t - ^2^-c Aquariums. 
^6 -OS Archil or cudbear (dyestuffs). 
6 Arms, artificial. 
/ ^^ ^ 1 88 ■= d Arrack (distilled from rice or the juice of the coco palm). 

^7 -00- Arresters, lightning, for telegraph and telej^hone apparatus. 
-^f 3 -JJOO- Arrows, for archery. 

6>J^~^ Arsenate of lead . 
^'f y M%^ Art goods, plaster, papier mache, clay, composition, etc. 
^t^^<- -»*t-a Art ware (china and porcelain). 
A^IS' 388 Artillery, seacoast, seige, and mobile or field. 
oy- S-. 8 Artists' materials. 
/oSr -i 140^ Art novelties. 

^.'-. c. 9 Asbestos products, other than steam packing. 
ib^S^ -^Mil- Asphalt, from petroleum refining. 
S. Z I -^f^Ar Asphalt, paving, natural and artificial, dry and liquid. 
2(pI-^ aO*-b Asphalt, roofing. 
S.3S «« Asphaltum, oil. 

11 Assembling, automobile (parts made by other establishments). 
f ^ -98- Assistants, dyeing and tanning industries (includes iron liquor, red liquor, 
turkey-red oil, and k*on, aluminum, bichromate, and other chrome com- 
pounds). 
3 S'S, 956 Astrakhans. 
/ 7^r -M* Astrakhan cloth, knitted. 
2 "^3 396 Athletic goods. 
/o^y li9-f Atomizers. 
3^*^^ *8^a Attachments, automatic, for t\T)ewriters. 

*fj -^ Attachments, electric. 
i 3^ iJ48 Attachments, multiplex, for phonographs. 
^ jS"^ /W8-b Attachments, sewing-machine. 

cfoj- -Wf* Augers. 
■^ . c g^3M-d Augers and diggers, posthole. 
jio <^ 1^^-^ Auriphones. 
v^/ -5^ Autocoasters, children's. 

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11 A-utomobiles (gasoline, steam, and electric). 
2 JO ^ttZ Autophones (organs with perforated music rolls). 
/.a 4*- Awnings, window, store, and veranda. 
f^ c- 91-c Axes. 
/ (j' Z ^^ Axle grease. 

10 Axles, automobile. 
yJ'o 5t Axles, carnage and wagon. 
/6>^ 16*- Axles, rolled. 
/ 6> 7 1^ Axles, forged. 

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CEXSUS OF :>lAXrFACTUEES : 1919. 

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Industry No. . , 

%'3 ^ 488e- Bacon. ^^^ '^^^ 



J 2 1 ^ 1^3-4 Bacon, sliced and in jars or other containers. 

/7;2 15^ Badges, gold and silver. 

<2<s'^ ^t)^ Badges, society, and other than gold and silver. 

r (:> S^ Bagging, cotton. 
/ 7 */- 1?« Bagging, jute, burlap, and gunny, for baling cotton, etc. 
2, ^ J 3196 Bags, bat, golf, tennis, etc. 
/ f 2 ISf Bags, collar, school, etc., leather. 
/ -^ -15- Bags, cotton (salt, meal, flour, cement, and tobacco bags, not made in textile 

mills, or by establishments as containers for their products). 
^^ -S?" Bags, cotton, when made in mills producing the cloth. 
•2 f 3 »96 Bags, game. 
/OS" 14«-f Bags, hand, cloth and mesh. 
^^^ ^tm Bags, hot-water, rubber. 
/CS( 140=f Bags, jewel. 
ty3 1?4 Bags, jewelrj^ and instrument. 

/-/ -3fc5- Bags, jute (burlap, gunny, etc.), not made in textile mills. 
/ 7v^ 4?o Bags, jute, when made in mills producing the cloth. 
/S(p^ 4^^S=-e Bags, laundry-. 

/f2 i*4r Bags, leather, other than traveling bags. 
/y 2 *** Bags, mesh, hand, of gold, made in jewelry- establishments. 
ZS'Z ^^ Bags, mesh, hand, of silver, made in silversmithing and silverware eatabliah- 

ments. 
-^ y-^'^ ^4S=C Bags, mesh, hand, plated with gold, silver, etc. 

Bags, other than paper and leather, not including bags made in textile mills. 
Bags, paper, not including bags made in paper mills. (See 230, Paper and 

wood pulp.) 
Bags, punching. 
Bags, sachet. 
Bags, school, leather. 
■S^S-b Bags, school, other than leather. 

Bags, traveling, telescope and other. 
Bags, women's hand, leather, other than traveling bags. 
Bait, artificial, for fishing. 
Bakelite ('phenolic condensation plastics). 
Baken,- products. ^ ,^ . ci^^^^e^-t--^ 
Balances. 

Balconies, iron and steel. 
Balers and presses (hay, cotton, etc.). 

Ballast, broken stone and burned clay, for railroads and pa^dng material. 
Balloons, gas, hot-air, etc. 

Balloons, rubber (toy). <- ~'y v ^«^»-T_.;.^JL^-*-^-y<^ 

Balls, base, basket, cricket, hand, medicine, push, tennis, foot, golf, polo, 
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KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 9 

Industry No. 
JtJii^ **-a Balls, billiard and pool, ivory and composition. 
^ f^ ^00 Balls, glass, for Mfle and shotgun practice. 

3^0 Wt Balls, rubber, leather, cloth, and other toy balls, indoor baseballs, etc. 
^ ^^ 385 Balls, tea, silver. 
^ J ct -d!J^ Bandages, cheese. 
3/0 ^*^ Bandages, surgical. 

f^'^ -80 Bandeaux (Bandeau), a light corset. 
/ 7^ W*" Bandeaux or fillets for the hair, of gold, silver, etc. 
^0/^ ■303--b Bandeaux, for women's hats and hat frames. 
/7 Iff 4W Bands, cigar, printed. 
/^ S' 4a^ Bands, fur. 
/Vf i^ Bands or ribbon, hat. 
/ (e^ IM" Bands, iron and steel. 
Z ^Z 9#5 Bands, rubber. 
/ ^^ 4§1 Bands, sweat, hat and cap. 
/ y X 443 Bangles, gold and silver. 
/ i^^ 14ft Bangs, hair. 
3^(? 3»»- Banks, toy. 
y/7 419 Banners. 
•2-37 ^46 Barbers' preparations. 
/55 ^as Bar goods, glass. 
/^(^ «- Ift^c Barometers. 
/f'^Si-a Barrels. 

7 ^ -*8- Barrettes, or bar pins for the hair, not pietal or rubber. 
3^ -^ Bars, brass, bronze, and copper ,C^>^- €pI^(^^^^) 
3 '^S ^5t Bars, clothes drying. 
/ 3 3 -135- Bars or rods, glass. 
/ L S' 164 Bars, iron and steel. 

//p 2, 164 Bars, reinforced concrete, when made in rolling mills. 
3o^~ Wi Bars, reinforced concrete, when not made in rolling mills. 
/^/ 188 Bars, lead. 
jig^^WHF^ Bars, zinc. 
^oi^ aO€- Barytes, ground. 
^ f3 -3e«- Baseballs. 
3 Ho ^^ Baseballs, indoor. 

^y -05- Bases, pharmaceutical. 
;Z^3 3»6 Bases, baseball. 
/ ^7^199=a Bases, stone, for monuments. 
/7 48" Baskets (splint wood, reed, rattan, straw, wicker, willow, berry, and grape 

baskets). 
y 2> -^ Baskets, ambulance, undertakers'. 
2 ^3 m% Baskets, fish and bait. 
3p^ 3^ Baskets, toy. 
dt/ZcL 34e-d Baskets, wire. 
U^^^^-^ Bathrobes, men's. 
yz-^T^^c Bathrobes, women's. 



10 CENSL'^S OF manufactures: 1919. 

Industry No. 
^29(0-"' 390 b Baths, cop\dng, letter. 
^^^ 349 Baths, shower. 
Jl^j -296 Bats, baseball, cricket, etc. 
3^-2, 'Sosr Bats, wool. 
?o ^ Battens, gal vanized-ii'on, for buildings. 
f7 -M-" Batteries, primary and storage. 
<r<^ -W Batting, cotton, made in cotton mills, 
/ ^C'^ 458-C Batting, cotton, not made in cotton mills. 
^^^ 855r Batting, wool. 
^o¥ ^96- Bauxite, ground. 
JO 7"^ 119-a Beaded articles. 
^? -^ Beading, boot and shoe. 

^"0 ^ Beading, metal (the rolling of a bead or welt on tin cans, covers, and the like). 
/ f V iM Beading, wooden. 
/3«/ ^- 19^=^ Beads, cut glass and colored glass. 

/o^'^ lld-a Beadwork. . ^ P ' 'P / 

^S -»^ Beaming, yarn and thread. ^^u4U /^^U^i.^ ^^^^-aCfriC^-*^-^ -'"'''^^ ('^^^C .^^/ 
/ Z-Z- -'" 134r-c Beams, brake. ^ 

3o S' W^ Beams, iron and steel. 
^^^ 45-=a Beans, baked, canned. 
/V/ 1^ Beards, false. 

10 Bearings, automobile. 
/22 '^ 134=C Bearings, ball. 
/jr{n-^ 158=« Beaters, carpet (not otherwise provided for). 

/ 7 48- Beaters, carpet, willow. 
3^2>'C 318 d Beaters, carpet, wire. 
/S-L^- 158=to Beds, feather. 
/^ 7 ^ 139-a Beds, folding and cabinet. 
2^i / A '?3=« Beds, muff, unspecified. 
/ ^7^ i99-d Beds, slate, for billiard and pool tables. 
.5 .y^ i80^ Beds, spring, plain or woven wire, for beds, couches, etc. 
/^^/ 158-b Beds and pillows, feather, renovated, 
f 7 -8^ Bedspreads, lace, cotton, machine-made. 
S^ . -S?'- Bedspreads, other than lace. 
/2 Y"^ 13»=a Bedsteads. 

/ 2, /'^ 133-d Beef, dried, sliced and in jars or other containers. 
/ ^y 18*-€^Beer, lager and weiss, bock and steam. 
JZo2>^ 305-€ Beer, root. 
J / ^ ^ 3 21 d Beetles or mauls. 

^^ f '^ 851-a Belleek ware (porcelain, thin, delicate, and highly glazed). 
/ S'^y 18^ Bellows, leather. 
// iO- Bells, church, tower, engine, ship, sleigh, hand, clock, bicycle, etc. 
f 7 m Bells, electric. 
/ ^A <^ -434=c Belting, chain. 
2/ -33 Belting, leather. 
.2 / !^ Belting, reconstructed, leather (from old leather belts). 



KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 11 

Industry No. 
/ 'f ^ ?0=a"Belting, reconstructed, rubber (from old rubber belts). 
f ^ '^ ?Jd=a Belting, rubber, machinery. 
ZO'C^. ^f Belting, woven (cotton canvas, camels' hair, waterproofed). 
9^9 4M- Belts, buffing and polishing. 
J I-jl l^Hr^ Belts, cloth, women's (when reported by establishments also making women's 

garments), 
*3/<3 gl^ Belts, elastic, obesity and electric. 
/ f o li* Belts, endless, felt, for paper machines, etc. 
JI0 ^ au' t. M=a Belts, endless, of seine twine. 
/ $^ 184- Belts, leather, men's and women's. 
/;iia ^ 12S=C Belts, men's, other than leather. 
Cr. 20 3 - c Belts, women's and children's, other than leather. 
/2'J^ 1^ a Benches, piano, porch, lawn, etc.( j^^o„^^ -iZir-r^ ) 
/fl 180- Bends, lead. 
A^S 3Ql-^b Bends, pipe, brass, copper, and iron, 

S-Z "84- Benedictine (a liqueui' or cordial) . 
"^ / 7 »^ Bergamot, oil of 
f(, "OS- Berries, Persian (dyewood extract). 
^7-2-6 47— Beveling, card. 
oio d ^ 205=a Beverages, carbonated. 

f ^ / 18^=b Beverages, cereal. 
^^ 3 -A 20a^b BeverageSj fruit. 
ClO-'f -Ot Bicarbonate of soda. 
:iif'7^W^ Bicycles and parts. J> ^wt^. c^..:2^^<^^^ 
/ ^.^ ttl4 Billets, steel, rolled and hammered. 
JtS'o'^ ^^^^ Billheads. 
/i^f Idl Billheads, lithographed. 

3 Binders, grain and sorghum. 
S-C ^^ Binders and covers, loose-leaf, of book form, 
^ (J (ef^ ^09-b Binders and devices, loose-leaf, not of book form. 
£ (c -^t Binding, book and pamphlet. 
//- •89' Binding, cotton. 
3, 8" -^ Binding, boot and shoe. 
'2^$'/ ^ 384-a Bindings, silk. 
J &o ^ ICg-^ Binnacles, mai'ine. 
2 2.^^^^ Binoculai's. 
S^O -8* Bins, sheet iron. 

^V -dS- Biological products (serums, toxins, vaccines, etc.), 
1 Biplanes and parts. 
^^o e^ Birds, stuffed. - <v^*^^' ^^^'^-^'*'^^^-^-^ ' 
3^^ •36=a Biscuits and crackers, packed in cartons, and other containers, as "Uneeda'^ 

biscuit, etc. 
6./^ 6^ Bismuth. 
^/ •^ 6^ Bisulphites, soda and lime. 
^£>^ 9JUf Bits, carpenters', etc. 
/ j/ ^ 150- Bits, harness. 



12 CEiSTsus OF manufactures: 1919. 

Industry No. 

f^ %^ Bitters, Angostura, orange, and other bitters, 

^^ ^5- Bitters, medicinal. 
Z^O ^ l?3^-a- Bitters, medicinal, proprietary. 
Z ^/'^=^36-=3 Black, bone and ivory. 
;?,S'^ ^JOHb Black, carbon (gas carbon). 
^6~ '^ -S^-e Black, lamp. 
^ a^ "^ 3d9^b Blackboards, other than slate. 
/ f 7^10»-(1 Blackboards, slate. 
<^3 — M- Blacking, currier's, shoe, and stove. 
f '^ 2> t2Sr Blacking, pipe, foundry. 
*^^^ 91 g --c Bladders, fish, for casings. 

fo ^ -Mr-b Blades, razor. 
3 S'^ -S^ar Blankets, bed, horse, etc. 

<^ f -^^ Blankets, horse, when made from fabrics purchased. 
Zy^3 -^56— Blankets, printing. 
/^I -4^ Blanks, button. 
i^o^*^ M-a Blanks, knife, for table knives. 
f ^-^ Oih-e Blanks, knife, for pocket knives. 
^ a ^' ^-% Blanks, knife, for all other knives. 
2 2> f T^^ Blanks, record, phonograph, and graphophones. 
^^ %f' Bleaching, cloth and yarn. 

^ l^-^ti^ Bleaching, materials (chloride of lime, h^^pochlorites, hydrogen, and sodium 
peroxide, sulphur dioxide, and bisulphites). 

'f^ lee- Blinds. 

2> ^/ -3*4 Blinds, Venetian, window and porch. 

3*/-/^ 356' Blocks, brush and friction. 

7 Blocks, building, artificial stone. 

06:>^ -St-e Blocks, building, hollow and fire-proof terra-cotta. 
^0 p2 1M Blocks, engravers' boxwood, etc. 

3 Cr^ 3T*-c Blocks, fm'nace and locomotive arch. 
Z^6> ^^^ Blocks, hat. 
^3/ 7^94 Blocks, paving, including asphalt, bituminized brick, cement, concrete, and 

wood. ^ 

/ ^ / 169-b Blocks, paving, stone, or Belgian block. 
2^j5 ^9% Blocks, printing. 

^ {^d- 2nH6. Blocks, sewer. 
/<ZJi^ <=-■ 1^4=c Blocks, swage. 
/:2Z^ 134-c Blocks, tackle. 
^J?o -San Blocks, toy. 

/ & 2^ IM- Blooms, steel, rolled, and hammered. 
?f ^ ^ 299-b Blotters, desk, hand, and rocker. 

^ f<^ ?0 -a Blouses, sailor and middy. J^je^t^^ Ar-t^^ 

y/J^ -?^e Blouses, middy, women's. ^ 

^2:2, « 154=€ Blowers, flue and other. 
3/f^ 3^i-d Blowpipes, glass and metal workers', etc. 



1 " KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 13 

Industry No. 
-^y^ '^ ^i*-c Blue-printing machines, photographic. 
^^/ <^ ^t^-c Blue-print paper. 

-^ ^ ^r- Bluing, or blue, laundry. 
Z^iJ-^- "-W^ Board, box, paper. 
IS^j^a^'^-^^ Board, bristol. 

r2> / ^ Board , corkJoH nsulation. ^ ^_^ ^ ^_ i^^;^^^^..^ »-..^ ^r"/"^ 

jf3y 3^ Board, planter. ' ^^ 

^ Cf^ 2M^b Board, plaster, roofing, of paper and stucco. 
/ f y 18€- Boai-ds. box, for box shooks. 

3i/. ? ^rl- Boards, bread, ironing, washboards, tailors' pressing boards, etc. 
/f 7^ l#^d Boards, bulletin, slate. 
^b Boards, canvas. 
8-b Boards, drawing. 
3;l o ^^^ Boai-ds, game and tally, checker, cribbage, etc. 
^7 -0^ Boai'ds, panel. 
^Zj-^'^'ifH^ Boards, pulp (wood^, straw, news, bindei-s', trunk, press, leather, and other 

boards. 
;? ^ 3 ^96- Boards, score, baseball, and bowling, etc. 
^ / 2^^ 3i^a Boards, sounding, piano. 
J o ^ in- Boas, feather, women's. 
/^6- V^ Boas. fur. 
27<^-^-^5We Boats, steel. 

Zj-j-c^-d- ?80 Boats, wooden, canal, feny, tug, etc. 
^yy^a^-c^'i^ Boats, house. 

•0 7'7-c- -^S*^ Boats, wooden, tinder 5 tons, including power boats, launches, houseboats, 
rowboats, canoes, etc. 
^/^^. 3tl Bobbins, brass, for lace machines. 
2, J xi ^** Bobbins, wooden, for weaving looms. 
10 Bodies, automobile. 
So •«*■ Bodies, carriage and wagon. 
/^/ 153- Bodies, hat, fm--felt. 
/ s'fZ -154 Bodies, hat, straw. 
/S'3 15ar Bodies, hat, wool-ielt. 
2/3 ^to- Bodkins (of metal;). 
/yo *^ Bodkins (of ivory or bone). 
2,2,0^ ^33-b Boiler compounds. 
/ -2. ^^ -l^^-a Boiler shop products. 
^ I C ^18 Boilers, clothes, tin. 
;j^^^^01_a Boilers, heating, cast-iron. 
Ztr^(p 249 Boilers, hot-water, kitchen. 
/X s.^ 4^4^a Boilers, steam. 
/6'^ -^ i58-b Bolsters, feather. 

d'O r -51^ Bolsters and spring bolsters, carriage and wagon. 
jl/."/ -^ 14ft-b Bolts, biiildei-s', for door fasteners, etc. 
/C 3 1^5- Bolts, iron and steel, including expansion and toggle bolts, 
/ ^ ^ IM- Bolts, iron and steel, when made in rolling mills. 



14 CENSUS OF manufactures: 1919. 

. Industry No. 
/ 'f 3 405 Bolts, shingles, stave, heading, etc. 
// ^ its- Bombs (fireworks). 
/^ i/- 106" Bonds, engraved. 
//^ lOi- Bonds, lithographed. 

/ Jo tHr- Bone work and bone articles (not including buttons, or combs and hairpins). 
^01^ 303-b Bonnets, women's trimmed and untrimmed. 
/^J^ l^B^a Bookcases, sectional and other. 
/^f 4M:- Booklets, lithographed. 
a-^y -350- Books, bill. 

^iyC -^rh Books, blank (account, check, loose-leaf, memoradum, order, pass, receipt, 
sales, etc.). 
/ o^f *i^f Books, needle and pin. 
^^o^ 238-b Books, publishing and printing. 
^5~fi*^ ;*53-c Books, publishing, without printing. 

c?^ -^ Books, scrap. 
3 20 -3^ Boomerangs. 

^ 7 -»»- Boosters. 
<3 OJT ^^ Booths, moving picture and other, fireproof (iron and steel). 
/ ^y^ 4^»-a Booths, telephone. 

/ / H^ Boots, felt (when made in establishments which manufactme the felt). 
^^ -36" Boots, felt (when made from purchased felt). 
Z(,t^ Wi- Boots, horse. 
^ a .^^ Boots, leather. 
3 o -31- Boots, rubber. 
30 ""31 Boots, rubber, with leather soles. 
S'O "51"' Boots and aprons, carriage. 
C/*^ -^ Borax. 
^^ </ ^Jd« Borax, ground. 
^y f -381- Bosoms, shirt. 
/j^ 135- Bottles, glass. 
^^Z -^865- Bottles, hot-water, rubber. 
^<>^^HJ6Tr Bottles, nursing, rubber. 
Z2'S^ 231=1) Bottles, paper. 
jZ:i^ ^83- Bottles, pool. 
/ 0^^ 410-c Bottles, thermos or vacuum. 
/U Z.^ l^J4r=c Bottling machines, washing, sterilizing, filling, and capping. 

2''^ 3<Hb Bottoming, boot and shoe. 
^O / ^ !803-e Boudoir caps. 

y<^ 4^ Bouillon, clam, canned. 
^ V^ 3*1 Bowls, chopping, wooden. 
^ ^yS^'^ 3d^d Bowls, enameled stationary (closet or toilet bowls, wash bowls and lavatories, 

of stamped and enameled ware). 
^o2y-<f^ !W*-fl Bowls, sanitary earthenware (stationary closet and wash bowls). 
^/^ ^ ^549" Bowls, other than enameled and sanitary earthenware. 
^i^^^^ 351=a Bowls, tableware, china. 
2<^9"^ 251-b Bowls, cooking, earthenware and stoneware. 




KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 15 

Industry No. 
<Z f 3 8%" Bows, for archery. 
^/ -Sd Bows, 8hoe, leather and cloth. 
p, Z'ff'^ 8*l=b Boxes, charlotte-russe, paper. 
3^ -^ 33=b Boxes, cigar, paper. 
^f -8^ Boxes, cigar, wooden. 
3^^ ^ **-» Boxes, corrugated paper board. 
3^ '^ .>8*-a Boxes, egg, paper. 

J 7 Z) 45^4- Boxes, fancy, jewelry, and instrument, of cloth, leather, wood, metal, etc. 
3 :i ^ *8-€ Boxes, fancy, wooden (covered with cretonne, silk, tapestry, and other textiles) 
J"J ^ ^r9=c Boxes, fare, recording. 
Xi L-^- 39^b Boxes, filing. 

3 JZ^ 33 a Boxes, folding, paper. -. ,, ^ 

3^f 3^ Boxes, hat. ( ^o^u^^ ^ ^^^^^^ ' 

^/J^ -*^c Boxes, honey. ^ 

jg ^'^ it^ Boxes, ice. 
/;2.^^ 134~c Boxes, mail, cast-iron. 
3z-^ 33-Hft. Boxes, mailing-paper. 

3 3 -34- Boxes, packing, wooden (except cigar boxes). 
32. £- 33 b Boxes, paper, cardboard and pasteboard. 
/ T '^ *?3 Boxes, powder puff, jewel, etc., gold and silver. 
^SS^ W^'^" Boxes, pulp. 

3^ ^ 33-a Boxes of pulp board or fiber board. 
Z (f '^^' !J€^b Boxes, safe-deposit, for vaults. 
3 i/-^ -35* Boxes, salt, knife, etc., wooden. 

8-b Boxes, sketch and paint. 
3 J (p -318- Boxes, tin. 

J^— 33-c Boxes, tin decorated (lacquered, lithographed, etc.). 
3>U/ 3^»- Boxes, trunk. 
J y HtS- Boxes, wicker. 
. -y -2- 1^ Bracelets. 
:;i O (^ ^^ Braces, pottery. 
^ / -31^ Braces, shoulder and spinal. 
/ 30 *^^ Brackets, gas or electric. /^ ,^. c£^c-a<t^<^ ■ 
/ ay fiC 14d=^d Brackets, lamp, carriage. 
///7 ly 119=^b Brackets, metal. 
/ ^ V^ IM Brackets, wooden, 

/ C> ^ 4^ Brads, wire, and other, not made in rolling mills, or in wire-drawing mills. 
I is>^ 4M Brads, wire, and other, made in rolling mills, 

3 ^^ W» Brads, wire, and other, made in wire-drawing mills (from purchased rods). 
9-6=^ — 000 K Biaid, straw, bleaching o f. y C^^ ^ /^ ^/ (^1-^-.-^.^..^*^ ) 
9^ m^ Braids, cotton. " 

^o t ^^!803^c Braids, dress, cloak, etc. 
/ V V 44e- Braids, hair. 
;i<^f ^ 384-a Braids, silk. 
3 S'^ -355- Braids and braiding, woolen. 
Jl ^ O ^mr Bran, rice. 



16 CEXSUS OF MAXUFACTUEES : 1919. 

Industry No. 
/ oiO tZZ Bran, wheat, etc. (from gristmill products). 
2o f *03- Brands, metal. 

/ ^L^ 1 8 8 d Brandy and fniit brandies, including cognac, apple, peach, apricot, and other 
brandies. 
'^^ ^ 3«r=-a Brass and brass products. 
3¥ ^ ^=a Brasses, car and engine. 
SS^ 86=« Brassieres. 
^ ^ -98- Brazilwood, extract. 
/^4^'i^ l€9-^f Brazing. 

^^^ 8«-i) Bread. 
/ ^ / <^ I'SSi^a Breadstuff preparations. 
/^ ^ ^ KirC Breakers, ice. 
/O^i HO-f Bric-a-brac. 
^^'a- -3f=a Brick, building, common, face or front, fancy and ornamental, glazed, vitri- 
fied, and enameled. 
3 ^-/ %V=i Brick and shapes, silica, magnesite and bauxite. 
/ ^"V 15^ Brick, emery, or nibbing. 
3C,-^ ^r-b Brick, fire. 

/p ^"^ €6=b Brick, knife, for polishing cutlery. 
^ (s>f ^m- Brick, sand-lime. 

^^ ^ 3^=a Bridges, billiard and pool. 
/ ^^^ l^O^^a Briquettes (of coal dust, tar, pitch, or crude carbon). 
/-2 5* 39 c Siistles, dressed. 

;iji-y^ 34^ Britannia ware (included with plated ware). 

^Z'^ -^S^b Broaches, nerve, dental. 
3 s" oL "355" Broadcloths, woolen. 
^ ^ -m Broma. ♦ 

^ V ^ Bromides. 
^ ^ ^ ^69^ Bromine. 

8-b Bronze, artists' (mixtures, powders, paints, etc.). 
3tf-^^ -35-a Bronze and bronze products. 
^^ -^ Bronzing, book and card. 
/ y -^i. 1^ Brooches, gold and silver. 
^/ *- 93--a Brooders, chicken. 
;5yi- -38-b Brooms, brewers' (made of bristles). 
^-j^ 36-b Brooms, ceiling (made of hair). 

3 7 i^ 38-b Brooms, push, for street and stable (made of basswood and other fiber, split, 
bamboo, rattan, brass, steel, etc.). 
3^0 *^ Brooms, toy. 
^J^ 3S-a Brooms, whisk (or clothes) and floor, made from broom corn or other similar 
fiber. 
39' cLi-.z- aa Brushes (made of bristles, hair, etc.). ^_,^^ cX«L<i,<u^^y. 

8-b Brushes, air, artists'. 
/^ 2 ^ tW-c Bnishes, compressed air. 

*f 7 ~^^ Brushes, dynamo. 
/ 2.^ *^ Brushes, foundry. 

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KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 17 

r Industry No. 
3$ 3^-b Brushes, paint and varnish, for artists and painters (made of bristles or hair). 
Ji^ Z 2^ Bmshes, nibber. 
^f^ d^-a Bmshes, toilet (made of bristles); includes military or hair, nail or manicure, 

tooth, shaving, and bath. 
^f^ 39=^ Bnish wheels, dentists' and platers'. 
Z 9 J '^»«^ Buckets, fish and bait. 
3 /^ 3t»' Buckets, tin. 

/Oft 14^==f Buckles, belt and shoe, fancy (other than gold and silver). 
/ya iH Buckles, belt, shoe, etc., of ivorv, shell, and bone work. 
/7;s H^ Buckles, gold and silver. 
/4/(f 15^ Buckles, hai'ness. 
/t^ 184" Buckles, leather covered. 
^^ -20- Buckles, shoe. 
«2 'fS ^^ Buckles, stamped and enameled sheet metal, ^.*^ , -t^t^i-i,^,^.^^ 
3j/3 ^ 346-d Buckles, wire. 

5 Buds, artificial. 
/ ^ 7 ^ 1^-a Buffets. 
2,^ * 39-c Buffs, hand, for jewelers, silversmiths, and metal workers. 
3 ^^ 39-a Buffs, manicure. 

9-a Building materials, asbestos. 
^ a S^ Wt Buildings, portable, iron and steel. 

fo -^ Buildings, portable, galvanized and comigated sheet-iron work. 
/^ i/- IM- Buildings, portable, wooden. 
/ 33 -ISar Bulbs, gas, electric, etc., glass. 
^ ^ 2. -^OS" Bulbs, rubber, for fountain-pen fillers, medicine droppers, etc. 
f 7 -9^ Bulbs, X-ra}', and other electrical. 
4 Bullets. 
^ ^ -^ -^?6ar Bumpers, rubber. 
^cZ-y 35fr Bungs, yunrxr-c^ . 

3^-^ -ae-b Buns. 
3 ^^ S55 Buntings. 
y;z,y^^ 139^a Bureaus. 
/y-^ ^^ Burlaps. 
30 ^ -SOS" Burners, Bunsen. 
/ ^0 '^ ia3=a Burners, gas (for lighting fixtures). 
2fO y SOO" Burners, gas, asbestos, for fireplaces. 
3 /?«/ 3M^ Burners, gas and oil, including alcohol, acetylene, and gasoline burners. 

8-b BiUTiishers and cushions, gilders' . 
/ ^ 8"^ tW-€ Burnt-wood articles. 
/ ^ 3 1€5 Bun-s, iron and steel (riveting burrs). 
^Ci^' -H^ Bushings, ordnance. 

3^ -4^ Butter. 
^ ^ 3^ M6^a Butter, apple, and other fiiiit butter. 
^ V^ -%Sr Butter, cocoa. 
^ / ^ 9!*«^ Butter machines. 

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18 CE:N-SUS of MxiXUFACTURES : 1919. 

Industry No. r '' y ' ) 

^^3 ^36 Butter, margarine. ^^<-^ ^^-^ >.^-r^jcA..,..^J 
/Zl JL- 13S-C Butter, peanut. 

if(} 41 Butter, processed or renovated. 
ij,Q 44- Butter, reworking. 
;^ ^ 3 »3€ Butterine. 

y o -^4b- Buttonhole making, men's clothing. 
^^•^ BO=e Buttonhole making, shoe uppers. 

4^/ 4^ Buttons, agate, bone, brass, cloth, celluloid, composition, giass, horn, ivory, 
vegetable ivory, leather, mother-of-pearl, metal, pearl or shell, paper board, 
porcelain, wood, etc. 
/// 4^ Buttons, collar and cuff, of bone, ivory, pearl, etc., and other than gold, silver, 
etc. 
/ y ^ Vi^ Buttons, collar, cuff, and link, of gold, silver, etc. 

z^ / *^ Buttons, cut glass. 
; o % i 110^ Buttons, photo. 

^v5- 7 3^ Buttons, society, political, etc., other than gold and silver. 
/ 7^ 1^ Buttons and studs, gold, silver, and precious stones, for cuffs, collars, shirts, etc. 



2 '^L 24^ Cabinets, bathroom, plumbers*. 

<f y ^l%- Cabinets, cut-out, electric circuits. 
/ gb^l'^ IS^a Cabinets, music, medicine, kitchen, and other. 
Z y// ^5^ Cabinets, sewing-machine. 
,Z 7 9 IJ8^ Cabinets, show, wall. 
3 L/. 2>~ 346-b Cable, ^vire, made of purchased wire. 

3 LfZ' 345 Cable, "vrire, made in wire drawing mills from purchased rods. 
^ 7 M^ Cables, electric, insulated. 
^ I -SS" Cables and hawsers, ship (hemp). 

11 Cabriolets, automobile. 
6// -#5- Cacao nut products (chocolate, cocoa, cocoa butter, broma, etc.). 
•32^- j2^ 39Hb Caddies, tea, fancy (tin or wood). 
^^^4^ 346=d Cages, bird, and other, wire. 
2/ ZS' ~i^^ Caissons, gun and ammunition. 
3^-^ M-b Cake. 
^/,^^13S-a Cake, corn-oil. 
s, / (o ^18 Cake, cottonseed oil. 
2/ ^ ^^^ Cake, linseed oil, from flaxseed. 
jZ^ 80-a Cake, ornaments. 
^J ^ %^ Calcium carbide. 
<^/ ^ -61^ Calcium lights. 

^'VC' S8r-c Calculating and computing machines. 
^^(f ^ 283-c Calendars, advertising, novelty. 
;i^G^ !89*-b Calendars, desk and pad. 
/ ^f 191 Calendars, lithographed. 
/o^fr Hfr^f Calendars, novelty. 

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KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 19 

Industry No. 
^^^ 2*5 Calendars, photo-engraved. 

Z.S'O'^ USS^'a Calendars, printed only, other than lithographed, photo-engraved, etc. 
/SS Ihl^ Calks, horseshoe. 
^ /^ ^^ Calliopes, or steam organs. 
;j a 3 296- Calls, decoy, for game. 

/ "7^ H#" Cameos, cutting, from shells, coral, onyx, etc. 
^l/-o^ 343=a Cameras. 

^/^ 62- Camphor, artificial and refined. 
^50"^^ Candalilla wax. 
^ ^^ 285- Candelabra, silver. 

y-2 43- Candles (spermaceti, stearin, paraffin, tallow, and R^ax). 
/ / C> US" Candles, Roman (fireworks). 
;2. ^Z ^8^ Candlesticks, silver. 

// 4S Cane, chair. 
S'ii^r ^Si Canes. 
3^0 322 Canes, toy. 

3-?-;£ 38=t; Canisters, tin, fancy (for tea, coffee, spice, etc.). 
V3 ^ Canning and preserving, fish. 

-y-^ 45 Canning and preser\dng, fruits and vegetables. S.,^ c€iL^<z.t.^^^ 
V^n5" 4fr Canning and preserving, oysters. 
U2^~-T^^ Cannon, and accessories for same. 

2 77^280-c Canoes, wooden. 

/ 2- ~^^^ Canopies, for sidewalks, lawns, etc. 
/ >r<^^158=-e Canopies, mosquito. 
^^ -82 Cans, ash and garbage. 

3 ^ (^ 348 Cans, milk and other, tin. 
3 :Zet 33 a Cans, paper. 

8-1) Canvas, prepared, on frames. 
/ ^f AM. Cap materials. 
/;2 5"^t27 Capes, fur. 

7/ '^ ■72=^ Capes, women's. 
J ^~^ 1&2~ Caps (other than felt, straw, and wool); includes automobile, uniform, cloth, 
and leather caps. 
y/ ^ ii^=e Caps, bathing, women's. 

. 4 Caps, blasting, percussion, and other. 

ri ST S; S rrSr "^ ^^^ ^^- ^- ^--^-^ ^-...^ 

S.OI ^ 203'-e Caps, boudoir, lace, ribbon, etc. 

/ ^0 452 Caps, cloth and leather, automobile, uniform, etc. 

t^X^ -93^ Caps, gold, dental. 
2,01 ^ 2d3==e Caps, lace, infants' and women's. 
2.GX ^65- Caps, oil-well, rubber. 
^;^ ^"-228" Caps, projectile. 

3-d Caps, screen, aluminum. 
/y 5- 4r?0- Caps, stocking and other, knit. 
X S ^^ Caps, toe and heel, boot and shoe. 

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20 CENSUS OF MAXUFACTUEES : 1919. 

Industry No. 
9h- 9S Capsules, druggists' (filled or empty). 
^/ '^ ©i Carbon dioxide (carbonic acid gas). 
^ / "^ e^ Carbon disulphide. 
2S^ SO-b Carbon, gas (carbon black). 
3 JT / 354- Carbonizing, wool shoddy. 

^7 ^^ Carbons (electric lighting, battery, brush, furnace, and miscellaneous)'. 
2. 3 0-^ ;^3^ Carbon removers. 

(^ I 0^ ^3- Carborundum (an artificial abrasive). 
/ 33 1^ Carboys, glass. 
/^^ o 134-=e Carbureters. 

10 Carbureters, automobile. 
/ 3^ e- 43*^ Carbureters, gas-machine. 

:i^y ^-299' Cardboard, made in paper mills. S^ctJ-, c^c^ji 
i^y 48 Cardboard, not made in paper mills. 
V^ 4?- Card cutting and designing. 

j/-(p 4? Cards; includes jewelers', index, fancy, jacquard and pattern cards for textile 
industries, and sample display, coin, and stencil cards for addressing machines. 
Jl^^ -tH* Cards, picture, photo-engraved. 
/ ^f -ISl Cards, picture and show, lithographed. 
ji^ ^^ ;^31-a Cards, placing. 

/S*i 4Mr Cards, post, lithographed. 
^^^ -345- Cards, post, photo-engraved. 
/q'^^ MO-d Cards, post, souvenir, holiday, etc., made by air brush or by process, other than 

lithographing, printing, or engra\'ing. 
^ S'O ^^253=^a Cards, printed only and not engraved. 
^^//<^ 344-c Cards, sensitized, photographic. 
^^5^^ ^34=a Cards, tally and game. 
/c */■ -4^ Cards, visiting and other, engraved. 
3 /;2 -34# Cards, wool, cotton, silk, etc. 
/S'X^ -134-c Carousels, or meriy-go-rounds. 

Carousels, or merry-go-rounds, toy or game for children. 
Carpet, cork. 
Carpet, wood. 
Carpets, fluff. 

Carpets, grass, cocoa fiber, etc. 
Carpets, jute. 
Cai-pets, rag. 

Cai^^ets and druggets, felt. 

Carpets and rugs (ingi-ain, tapestry brussels and velvet, body brussels, Venetian, 
wilton, axminster, moquette, and Smyrna). 
S'o -5t- Carriage materials. 
^^^ 53-a Carriages. 
y^f -5^ Carriages, baby and doll. 
;Z/LS' »38~ Carriages, gun, field, and siege. 

33 -34" Carriers, banana. 
3^3/^ 346-^ Carriers, bottle, wire. 

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Induslry No. 
^// ~03-b Carriers, egg. 
2 Carriers, hay. 
F/^ -83 Carriers, tin, for explosives. 

^^ -54- Cars, and general shop construction and repairs by electric railroads. 
^M -55 Cars, and general shop constniction and repairs, made by steam railroads. 
yfS^ 56- Cars, electric railroad, not made by railroad companies, all types. 
S~^ -5f- Cars, steam railroad, not made by railroad companies, all types. 
/*2c2<^ 1^-C Cars, mine and industrial. 
3.6^^ ^509 Cars, side, attached, to motor cycles. 

11 Cars, touring, automobile. 
^=20 ,3^ Cars, toy. 
3ji ^ -8»--a Cartons, paper. 

4 Cartridges, metallic and paper, for firearms. 
c^ ^ 53-a Carts, push or hand. 
77 ^ Casein. 
^ / ^ «3- Casein, plastic. 

7 3 -Wr Cases, burial, and shipping cases for same. 
3 3i/-^^2l^h Cases, clock. 
o^Zv *W-b Cases, eyeglass and spectacle. 
/ 27^ 1^9"^ Cases, file, metal. 

/ 7 ^ -l^*" Cases, gold, including cigar, cigarette, card, jewel, vanity, and other gold cases. 
^^J^ -385 Cases, silver (specified above). 
^V^^2*^c Cases, plated, gold and silver. 

/ S' <^ 484- Cases, leather, jother than ]■e^yelry and instrument cases. 
/o <s: f- 110-f Cases, other than gold, silver, and leather. 
;2 ^3 ^ftfr Cases, gun and rod. 

/ js 174" Cases, jewelry and instmment; includes jewel cases, silverware cases and 
chests, and cases for musical, drawing, surgical, and other instruments. 
3 Z^^ 3^0=d Cases, metal, typewiiter. 
3 3 -St" Cases, packing, wooden. 
^/ 2 ^^^44-a Cases, piano. 
f(o "87 Cases, pillow. 
-^ / {> *^ /■ 110-f Cases, sachet. 

Z71/ ~^yi Cases, sewing-machine. 
-2 7 a ^8^ Cases, show, display, wall, etc. 
^J^S' 238- Cases, shrapnel. 

3^ f 333 Cases, suit, sample, luncheon, and vacuum bottle. 
/^iy^ 139^a Cases, ticket, railroad and other. 
3^S3 3^ Cases, type, printers'. 
335^ 38r Cases, watch. 
/ Cl3 033-fe Case-hardening compounds. 
3v5~«2. 356 Cashmeres, woolen. 
2>S'3 35B Cashmeres, worsted. 
^0 83" Casings, furnace. 

^ CJZ^ 365- Casings, rubber, for tires. 

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^^^-1^' ^Wi^J Casings, sausage. 
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22 CENSUS OF MAXUFACTUEES : 1919. 

Industry No. 
/ (p ^ 170" Casings, well, riveted iron or steel. 
73 JJ4^ Caskets, burial, 
r^^ 81=a Casks. 
^ V ^ 3o1-1t Casseroles, earthenware. 

^ '^S'^ !J48=c Casseroles (holders for baking dishes), plated ware. 
^ ^JZ. 3d€r Cassimeres, woolen. 
/ (s> o '^ le^-c Casting machines, dentists'. 
3-d Castings, aluminum. 
J^ -35 Castings, brass, bronze, and copper. £ ^ (UU^2..^g_^ 
/ c 3 405" Castings, die (diesinking). 
/ (^ / 103' Castings, iron, made direct from blast furnaces. 
/<^ ^ 4€4r Castings, steel, made in steel works. 

/ 2 :3 -^ l^^b Castings, iron and steel (made in foundries and machine shops). 
^o3't^-'^ 3^ Castings, stove and furnace. 
^ S~t> ^ 353=a Catalogues. 
/S-^ ^ 15»-e Catchers, fly. 
^ y.^-^ ^I46=t) Catsup, or ketchup. 

<JZ ^ 93-fe Cauterizing supplies, dental. 
/ ^ y: 106- Ceiling, wooden. 
^ Cf^ 264=-a Ceilings, metal. 
/ 3 y-^ 13€-b Ceilings, stained glass. 

^/ ^ -G^ Celluloid (plastics). 

/ o'H^ ll^b Celluloid novelties. 

G/^^^i- Cellulose (plastics). 

^-^ 5^ Cement (asbestos, fireproof, hydraulic, natural, puzzolan, slag, ship, and Port- 
land cement). 
6 / ^ ^^ Cement, film, from pyroxylin solutions. (See Plastics.) 
3, 0$^ -JJlfr-c Cement, mending and adhesive-rubber, leather, pottery, glass, elastic, vulcan- 
izing, etc. 
jl 2> / 334 Cement, paving, bituminous and other. 

7 Cement products. 
^6> /'^ ^€*=to Cement, roofing. 

^//^^- 3 5lr c Ceramics, mosaic, or pottery mosaic work. 
/ Xt ^ l^S^a Cereals, table. 

/^V -10^ Certificates, stock and other, engraved. 
/i^y^ 149^-e Chains, drapery, brass. 

/^y 4€S- Chains, forged, steel, hand or machine welded. 
fj-i^ 150 Chains, harness. 

Chains, motorcycle and bicycle. ,S^^^. c<'^^^<jj ■ 
Chains, tire, automobile. 
Chains, watch, of ivory, shell, and bone work. 
Chains, watch, neck, eyeglass, etc., gold. 
Chains, watch, silk. 
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KEY TO CLASSIFICATION-S. 23 

Industry No. 
Z2-^ m- Chalk, billiard and pool. 
Ao^ ;j»6- Chalk, ground. 

8-a Chalk, marking, tailors'. 
/3o ^^ l*3-a Chandeliers, gas. 
^'7 c^ 58-c Changers, money. 
/ <5'^J;::4^3__Chapeaiix^^ ^^M;6^ ■ <Jirt^^^ ) 
/^^L^s^^ Charcoal (wood distillatioil). ^ 

^^ M- Charcoal. 
^S^ M=-a Charcoal, animal (bone black). 
^ ^ -94" Charcoal pulverizing. 
3 / ^ -344 Chariots, or shuttles, steel, for lace machines. 

S'^ 84 Chartreuse (a liqueur or cordial). 
;z^;^ Jtt5 Charts, photo-engraved. 
^^^ ^W4 Chasers. 
^ ^^ -35^ Chases, printers'. 

/ y :z lrr3 Chasing, jewelry, when reported with jewelry manufacture. 
/o 3 "^^ Chasing, metal, on jewelry, etc. 

10 Chassis, automobile. 
• 7 ^ it^ Chatelaines, or waist chains with purses, keys, or other articles attached, of 

gold and silver. 
3^o -3^ Checkers and checkerboards. 
/ y (r -4ti^ Checks, cardboard, celluloid, metal, etc. (baggage, cash register, hotel, theater, 

restaurant, and other checks). 
/ ^ f 4M Checks, lithographed. 

o ^ Cheese. 
/ ;2./ ^ 1*8^ Cheese, head. 
^ / *^ -6^ Chemicals, other than of coal-tar origin. 
<^ / "^ ?3— Chemicals, of coal-tar origin. 
^3o ^^^^ Chemicals, fire extinguishing. 
■=2- ^3 -^^ 346^^ Cherries, maraschino. 
/^ "7 ^ l^^a Chests, cedar, and other wood. 
^ L> ^^ 3«S-b Chests, safe-deposit , for vaults. 
/ y 3 Vik Chests, silverware. 

(o 2. -63 Chicle products — chicle paste, chev^dng gum, etc. 
/;?, 7 ^1^9-a Chiffoniers. 
/;2/ ^1^-g Chile con carne. \j^^~^^^ -. .-^-^— ,^^^^^.^.^_^ ^jz^^^^j-^^t^c^^? ^^ "^^^^-^^^^^ .<>--.«^i*-i2^ 
/^ ^r Chimes, church and other. c ) ff o 

/^ 1» Chimes, clock. 
3;2 -3^^ Chimes, floor-roiling. 
/ 33 135- Chimneys, lamp, glass. 
(^3 cL~i-. 64 China decorating. 

C3 ^ -64 China, silver-"deposited, or silver decorated. 
^ y^ ^ ^*^ 351=<i Chinaware (including china, bone china, porcelain, dinner ware, art ware, 

belleek ware, and other china tableware). 
/;^/^ -1^-g Chips, Saratoga. 
^ <5> ; 5J©4 Chips, soap. 

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24 CEXSUS OF MAXUFACTURES : lOIE). 

Industry No. 
91-r Chisels. 
Sj / ^ l?3=d Chitterlings or chitlings. 
6/ **- 63- Chlorates. 
<^ / '*' 6? Chloride of lime. 
L f '^ ^ Chloroform. 
tr>^ -65r Chocolate. 

2 Choppers, cotton. 

^^ ^-^ ^l=c Choppers, meat, or chopping knives. 

y-«^ ^46 Chowder, clam, canned. 
' LL> ^ Chronometers, ship, and other. S -^4 -^^^ck-;^ 
2^^ ^^ Church vestments. 
f/^ d^-d Churns. 
3<^ff'^ SM-b Cider, natural, boiled, and evaporated. 
3f?£- g«0-b Cigarettes. 
3 /^^^ 330-a Cigars. 
3/S'^^ ^^0=€ Cigars and cigarettes. 
^ 3 / 18M Cinder, crushed. 
^,5^^;j53-a Circulars. 

C^f^^ri- Citrates, phannaceutical. (See Industry 95.) 
/ 22^^^ 4?4r=€ Clamps. 
Vv5~ *fr Clams, canned. 
2 ? ^- Clasps, boot and shoe. 
^ / 3 215 Clasps, snap. 
/ y^ IHB Clasps, tie, gold and silver. 
3 i/3^ 346=d Clasps, wire. 
Xo*^ 3^ Clay, ground. 
/2:^ ''" 13*^c Clay-tempering machines. 
/2-Z'^ IM-c Cleaners, boiler. 

3 Cleaners, corn. 

<^3"*^^ 66--a Cleaners, floor, glove, and wall-paper. 
r3 /^ ^ Ztt-A Cleaners, sidewalk, for removing ice. 

^ 7 ^^ Cleaners, vacuum, electric. 
/2Z ^ 13*-c Cleaners, vacuum, hand or power, except electric. 

C S'^^ 6S-a Cleansing preparations. 
^o4 m^ Cliff stone, ground. 

f o^ Oi-^d Clippers, hair, finger nail, and wire and nail clippers. 
3 n^ S19--d Clippings, cigar, for smoking tobacco, etc. 
a,^ (r>^ 299-b Clips, paper. 
S- ^3 4896 Clips, toe, and pants, bicycle. 
3 5" ,=2 35lr- Cloakings, woolen. 
^'5"v3 -B56 Cloakings, worsted. 
/^ ^ it37 Cloaks, fur. 

7/ ^ ^3^a Cloaks, women's. 
^3y-^83« Clock materials. v5*^. CA^^ ^ 

LG ^ Clocks, automatic, self-winding, advertising, calendar, automobile, tower, etc. ^*<^A 

f 7 "99 Clocks, electric. 

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KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 25 

Industry No. 
^i/-L ^^ Closets or toilets, bathroom. 
/J^y^V^^2i Closets, china. 
<^i,2. -365 Cloth, automobile top, carriage, card, and friction, of rubber. 

S'^ -m^ Cloth, cotton. 
S.C>y ^^^^ Cloth, emery and sand, and other abrasive. 
// o -tt3- Cloth, felt, including paper-makers' felt cloth. 
UG-J -^^W Cloth, glass. 
/ y^T" i^^ Cloth, knitted. 
3 <r.Z 355 Cloth, ladies'. 

/ ? S~^ Wi Cloth, linen, and other linen fabrics. 
^^;^ ^365 Cloth, rubberized. 
^/// ^ 344^c Cloth, sensitized, photographic. 

^ y "fe~ Cloth, sponging and refinishing (includes shrinking of woolen and worsted cloth, 
done on commission). 
8-b Cloth, tracing. 
3 V5"^34S--d Cloth, wire, for Fourdrinier paper machines and for other uses. 
3.5^ -355 Cloth, woolen. 
B>^3 356 Cloth, worsted. 
/^i -^ 158--^ Clotheslines. 
34/3*^ 34t-d Clotheslines, wire. 
o ^^ 351" Clothespins. 

/^ ^ ^ l^c Clothing, automobile, rain, cravenette, rubberized, and oiled. 
</ f -^ ^^b Clothing, boys'. 
y 3 -75- Clothing, burial. 
^^^^^ Clothing, doll. 
/ / O rtJ* Clothing felt, made in felt mills. 
6>^^ I^C Clothing, gymnasium and sporting. 
^ ^ -69- Clothing, horse. 
y/-^ ^?S-e Clothing, children's and infants'. 
^<^^5>76=a Clothing, men's and youths'. 
^ ^<^70-c Clothing, miscellaneous, men's; includes all other garments and miscellaneous 

clothing, not included in subclasses a and 6. 
V/^ ■?^?=« Clothing, miscellaneous, women's; includes all other garments and miscella- 
neous clothing, not included in subclasses a, 6, c, and d. 
2/^^ ^^65" Clothing, rubber. 
7/ ^ Clothing, women's. S,*U:^. oXt^^a^. 

9-b Cloths, asbestos. 
^/^ -9^^ Cloths, cap, cheese. 
/S'&^ 158-d Cloths, dust, and polishing. 
SS'^ 355 Cloths, Italian, carnage, ladies', etc. 

^^ =er Cloths, saddle. 
.2 / 7 -SSO Cloves, oil of. 
^<^3> -206 Clubs, golf and Indian. 
/^^'=^''l:36=-a Coal, carriage-heater. 
/^ J/ ^l^S-lvCoalette. 



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26 CENSUS OF manufactures: 1919. 

Industry Xo. 
l^ / ^ ^ Coal-tar products (including chemicals and medicinal preparations from coal 
tar). 
y ^O ^^ 1 6 3- e Coal-testing apparatus. 

^ ^ <^ 70-c Coat fronts (for men's clothing). 
/ ^ f 1^ 1 b Coating, aluminum, of steel sheets, 
3^^ -35^ Coatings, woolen. 
3 ^3 -356" Coatings, worsted. 
/ZS' 4^1^ Coats, fur. 
^ ^ ^ 76=a Coats, men's. 
^ j/^ -95- Cocaine. 
^ (r> -9^ Cochineal (dyestuffs). 

(^ i/- -65- Cocoa. 
/^/ ^' -433-g Coconut, desiccated or dried. 

^^ -05- Codein. 

I S./ ^ t?3-a Coffee, cereal. 

y z '^ T^a Coffee, roasting and grinding. 
73 -^ Coffins. 
^ 7 -99- Coils, electric. 
Q,^^ ^ -^W-ft Coils, pipe, brass, copper, and iron. 
/ ^ ^ !J01- Coir (fiber prepared from outer husk of coconut). 
/3 / -433 Coke, gas-house (by-product of gas plants). 

ji/- -^ Coke (made by the distillation of coal in coke OA^ens). 
/ :^S' 4^ Collarettes, fur. 

17^^ -ft- Collars, celluloid, men's, when made from purchased celluloid plastic stock. 
S-^ 484r- Collars, dog, leather. 
/J,S' 4^ Collars, fur. 
:z c / ^ 203-d Collars, ladies'. 

y ir TT Collars, linen, men's. 

7^" ~Tr~ Collars, rubber, men's, when manufactured without other rubber goods, ^ (See 
^M^iQff, Rubber goods, n. e. s.) 
-88 Collars and cuffs, lace, cotton, machine-made. 
-63 Collodion (plastics). 
240 Cologne. 

-245 Color work, photo-engraved. 
-420 Colors, bakers' and confectioners'. 
f/^ -02h1 Colors, butter. 

^ 6^ -OS- Colors or dyes, mineral; includes chrome yellow, orange or green, iron buff, 

Prussian blue, ultramarine, and other mineral dyes. 
8-b Colors, oil. 
^^ ^^ 16^c Columns, mercury testing, 
400--'b Columns, stone. 
-WtI Columns, structural iron. 
196 Columns, wooden. 

7 Columns and posts, artificial stone. 
-^ Combs (not of metal or rubber), 
140-c Combs, aluminum and other metal, fancy. 



KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 2 4 

Industry No. 
fie -tfS- Combs, celluloid, hard fiber, etc., when, made from purchased plastic stock. 
(See 65, Chemicals.) 
/v-/-^ 119 - c Combs, curn.-, metal. 
^ ^^ ^65 Combs, rubber. 
Sy f xT^^S^a Combs, stamped sheet-metal. 
3^/^ 3i4r Combs, wool, machine. 
/^^^158-a Comforts, or comfortables. 
y^y^ 1^0-a Commodes. 

f7 -9^ Com m-Q tutors. 
/<$^<^l€^=c Compasses. 
^(^j-^ 364r-b Composition, roofing. 

/^ /-/ 1^3-h Compounds, brewers' grain, and other stock feeds. 
, ^ 3 t25 Compounds (core, brazing, parting and welding), for foundries. 
f Cy -9* Compounds (dyeing and tanning); includes iron, aluminum, bichromate, and 
other chrome compounds. 
/ 9 -^ IM Compoimds, grease, lubricating. 
/2/^ i^^b Compounds, lard. 

^3(p-^333^b Compounds, patent and proprietaiy. not for medicinal use. 
^^-^lS*-b-Compounds, starch. 
iZ^ 9S-b Compounds, working, denial, 
y^ ^, c- 434-c Compressors, air. 

S-b Compressors, air, for art work. 
^y ^ -5^-=C Comptometers (computing machine; . 
f V -9i- Concentrations, medicinal. 
;e 3 £>'^ 233-b Concrete hardeners. 

7 Concrete products. 
^2> I ■^4' Concrete, tar, paA-ing. 

<^ / ^*"~6^ Condensite (a phenolic plastic). 
c36^ -*r=d Conduits (brick and tile;. 
'^y -S9- Conduits, electric. 

^J -99- Conduits, interior; flexible, armored, etc. metallic and nonmetallic- 
/5t/^ 1^-g Cones, ice cream. 

^3.^^2M-b Cones, paper, for candy, ice cream, etc, 
I ^;2f 3di=b Cones, paper or pulpboard. for winding thread and yam in textile mUis. 
7 ^ "^S^a Confectioners- . 
^^§-^2Sl-* Confetti. 

^<a/ S^^ Congoleum (linoleum, trade nameV 
3A0 -3^ Conjuring apparatus. 
/^ 7 ^lljtt^a Consoles. 

/<^^ - 86 1 b Controllers, heat or thermostats. 
f 7 -99- Controllers, electric. 
fy -99 Converters, electric. 
^j- -95- Converting, hosiers- and cotton goods. 
/z^'^ l^^^c Conves-ing machines. 
/ Z2. ^1S#^ Conveyors, parcel. 

^j ^ 9^=b Cookers, feed, poultry. 
^<r 3 - 3d5=nr Cookers, fijeless. 

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28 CENSUS OF MAXUFACTUEES : 19ll>. 

Industry Xo. 
=^ / ^ M^ Cookers, steam, tin. 
3^^ 36=b Cookies. 
S'o St^ Cooking apparatus. 

fy 99~ Cooking devices, electric. 
^ '/f*^ ^51=b Cooking ware (earthenware). 

f / ^ 9^^ Coolers, milk. 
/^(^X ^9± Coolers, water, household. 

7 ^ 8t" Cooperage (tight and slack), (s*^ c£,*t^^) 

/ £f3 Idar- Cooperage, from logs or bolts. 
/ "^3 ^ W5 Cooperage stock, 

f / ^^ »^b Coops, poultry. 
/^ v^ i09=to Coping, stone. 
^ ^^ -!?03 Copper, not from the ore. 
s^^ ^lOd" Copper-boron alloy. 
S^-^ -35=b Copper products. 
SI fs- ^ 289=t) Copper, refining. 
^ ^^'"^ ^8»-a Copper, smelting. 
;$, ^^'^ 389-C Copper, smelting and refining. 
(s> f ^ -Wt Copperas (sulphate of iron). 
^O -S^ Coppersmithing, or copper work. 
^ f'^-^ !?99=!) Copyholders, stenographers'. 
:z- '^ C?-^" 299^ Copying devices. 

i^/ -83 Cord, string, and twine. 
n 8* Cordage (includes cotton, flax, hemp, jute, manila, henequen, sisal, and other 

fiber rope, lines, etc.). 
^^ -84 Cordials, aromatized spirits, not including patent medicine cordials (includes 

apricot, blackberry, peach, and other cordials). 
9(9 -8f Corduroys, cotton. 
^ 3 85" Cork, cutting. 
3 / f ^ eei^d Corkscrews. 
S3 85 Corks, bottle. 
/<2.o 1^ Com, cracked. 

/2/ ^ i^S-^arCom. hulled. 

^8^ Cornices, for buildings. 
^4-(- ' 138Hb Cornstarch (for food purposes). 
2, o t^ 20€ Cornwall stone, ground. 
g'o -8? Corrugated sheet-iron work. 
g^^<:^ -S^-a Corsets. 
^^ y: ^06 Corundum, ground (natural abrasive). 
«2 3 7 -346 Cosmetics. 

^ f*^ -^'O-^e Costumes, theatrical and masquerade. 
/2.J^ l^^aCots. 

/ C? -^ ^65 Cotters, or toggles, spring and other, iron and steel, for fastening bolts, etc. 
^ / o ^^ Cotton, absorbent. 

^ f^-^ Cotton, collodion (Group VIII, Plastics). 
^C:. -8?- Cotton goods. 



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KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 29 

Industry Xo. 
J O 7 10* Cotton, gun, or pyroxylin, for explosives. 
32>3^ 33o-a Cotton, reclaimed, for wiping material, 
f^ -8^ Cotton small wares. 
^/*^-e^ Cotton, soluble, or pyroxylin. 
/^f^ 1^3=^ Cottonseed feed. 
iS/^ 5^18 Cottonseed, ground. 
/;?'7'^ 12*^^ Couches. 

7 3 ^^ Couches, undertakers', or burial. 
3/^*^3tt=c Counter-bore (tool for countersinking). 

;2 'r -^9- Counters, boot and shoe. 
j^i^'^ IS^-c Counters, racks and stands, metal, store and office. 
11 Coupes, automobile. 
3/>*' ~3«h=a Couplings, hose, brass. 
/;^ 2-'^^8*~€ Couplings, iron and steel. 

3 Cover ers and hillers, potato. 
9-a Covering, asbestos, for building material. 
^'^'^ ^^ Covering, boiler and pipe, asbestos, etc. 
2 ^ !Wb-a Covering, pulley, of glue and canvas. 
/7 48 Covers, bottle and demijohn, willow. 
/^ 13 Covers, canvas and waterproof. 
^^ ^ 330 Covers, coal-hole. 
/6'C>^ 158-e Covers, couch, cushion and pillow. 
/SC'^ 158=^ Covers, furniture and mattress. 
/ ^^ IM Covers, lithographed. 
/^-(Cj-^lSS^e Covers, piano, table, etc., felt, when made from purchased felt. (See 112, Felt 

goods.)^ 
/^<^ 158=« Covers, piano, table, etc., made from purchased fabrics. 

87 "88" Covers, pillow, table, etc., cotton lace, machine-made. 
/ ^S. IM Covers, pillow and table, leather. 

7 Covers, sewer, catch basins, etc. (concrete). 
.3 c2 «/-^33e=d Covers, t3T)ewriter. 
3>2S 3^ Covers, umbrella. 

^3 -i^ Crabs, canned. 
/^j, <^ l7J4=c Cracker machines. 
3S^ 3^=a Crackers and biscuit, packed in cartons and other containers, as "Uneeda" 
biscuit, etc. 
/2. 7'*'139-a Cradles. 

2 Cradles, grain. 
/o^'^^HO-c Craft goods, brass and copper. 
/22,'^ 124r-ii Cranes. 
/ ^5' 481^ Crash, linen. 
^3-34 Crates. 

8-a Crayons, carpenters'. 

8-a Crayons, commercial and school, including checking, marking, blackboard, etc . 
8-a Crayons, shoe repairs. 
-. 8-a Crayons, toy, colored . 



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30 CENSUS OF MAlSrUFACTUKES : 191&. 

Industry No. 
8-a Crayons, wax, artists'. 
-^ ^ 7 ^ Me Cream, cold. 

7 ^^^ 8e-b Cream, ice (includes ices, slierberts, etc.). 
7 <}4o Cream, shaving. 
^jjf-g ir- /M*-l> Cream-colored ware (earthenware). 
<i,/ <*' ^^ Cream of tartar (potassium bitartrate). 
<^/ ^ 8^d Creameries, cabinet. 
fj ^ 9^d Creamery supplies. 

f ^ 84- Creme de menthe, Creme de violet, and others. 
C>/^ -^^ Creosote, coal-tar. 
V? -/J" -348 Creosote, wood. 
3 ^6> -34^ Creosoting railway ties, etc. 
/ ;? 7 ^ l«»-=a Cribs. 

^ ^ dr 90-d Crimping, boot and shoe. 
z;?- / £- 133=-b Crisco (a cooking oil, hydrogenated cottonseed oil) . 
:i / ^ -^03=e Crochet goods, hand- made. 
;2 v^ '^ 251Hb Crockery, earthenware and stoneware. 
^ y-^-^ 351-^ Crocks, earthenware and stoneware. 
3^^ -341 Crops, riding. 
3SL0 m% Croquet sets. 
1 7^ ^)^i^ Crosses, gold and silver. 
/ <^ 7 -468 Crossings, railway, forged, 
/f-^i-c^ft Crucibles. \s .Ji^ dU--^^ ^ 
/ ys. -t?3" Crucifixes, gold and silver. 

/33 -135- Cruets, glass, vinegar, etc. ^>(.^u^ ^^^x.if^t^'T':^.''^^:;^^ -^-t^-^^,*.^ 
/;^;i'^ 1^4^c Crushers, cob. ^ <J ^' 

6 Crutches. 
f ^ -98 Cudbear or archil (dyestuffs). 
;iZ^ 4>^a Cues, billiard and pool. 

T'tT' '3^ Cuffs, celluloid, men's, when made from purchased celluloid plastic stock 
(See 6^,' Chemicals.) 
/^S- ^^ Cuffs, fur. 

yS' -TT Cuffs, linen, men's. 

ys" ^ Cuffs, rubber, men's, when manufactured v>ithout other rubber goods. (See 
'^^''S^S, Rubber goods, n. e. s.) 
y 3 3 -135- Cullet (broken glass for remelting) . ^ ^^*-*^ ^'•^'^^'^Mk^ - c^ ^ 
2 Cultivators. 
g'o "9i^ Culverts, sheet iron. 
^ ^ ^^ ^31-b Cups, bonbon or candy, paper. 

3-c Cups, drinking, aluminum. 
^^^ '^^Sl-b Cups, drinking, paper. 
/ (^c ^ 4€^=b Cups, eye. 
/ 2.z^ IM^c Cups, grease, lubricating. 
/ 7^2, -t?3 Cups, lo\dng, prize, etc., made of gold. 
X ?Q, -^85 Cups, loving, prize, etc., made of silver. 
z v^c ' 348-b Cups, loving, prize, etc., plated with gold, silver, etc. 



KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 31 

Industry Xo. 

^^^^ S3^a Cups, lubricatiug oil, brass, 
f -2-^^ -O^b Cups, polishing and suction, dental. 
Z ^i^^ 2»9^b Cups, sponge. 
?o -8^ Cups, turpentine. 
S^^ %k Curacoa (a liqueur or cordial). 
/f 7-^19^=1) Curbing, stone. 

^G 9* Curcuma (dyestuffs). 
-2.3o'=^33» Cures, corn. 
/^^ i8#- Curlers, hair, Idd. 
Z2>o^ ;j33^b Curing, meat, preparations for. 
jQf'^ 116=ir Cuiiers, hair, metal. 
/ yo 4^ Curlers, hair, ivory, bone, etc. 
/ o^ . IH Cmiing, feather, ostrich, and other. 
f ^ ^ fSaT Currying, leather. 

j^L)^ ^03-=e Curtains, hand-made, of lace, muslin, etc. 
^7 -%^ Cm'tains, lace, cotton, machine-made. 
/U(s IW Cm'tains, theater, rolling, of metal. 
^_^ / 3 -315 Curtains, theater, scenery, etc. 
^(okj 3^ Cushions, air, rubber. 

^0 -5i Cushions, carriage and wagon. 
) S'G'b^^f^ Cushions, cork. 
3/0 ^^ Cushions, ear, rubber. 
/^4 458-b Cushions, feather, down, etc. 

^S ^9- Cushions, heel, boot and shoe. 
^0 W^~ Cushions, spring. 

8-b Cushions and burnishers, gilders', 
^ ^ -08- Cutch (dyewood extract). 
<^0 -W" Cutlery, table, pocket and other. .-S*^. c^^^y.^ ) 
3 S.O 3^ Cut-outs, paper, for dolls, pictures, etc. 

:iy -^ Cut stock, boot and shoe, 
ys;i'^i24rHi Cutters, biscuit. 
f/<^ »?-d Cutters, butter. 
<^o ^ 91^g Cutters, cigar. 
/ /S. 1^ Cutters, cigar, gold and silver. 

2 Cutters, ensilage and hay. 
3/^^3^-d Cutters, glass. 
/^z*^ ^:^*-c Cutters, molding. 

y2.s.^ i^^c Cutters, paper, machine, hand or power. 

Sif^ 29^h Cuttei*s, paper, or paper knives, and envelope openers, of metal, wood, etc. 
/yo ^rH Cutters, paper, or paper knives, and envelope openei"s, of ivory, shell or bone. 
3 /f^ 3^i-c Cutters, pipe. 
2 Cutters, weed. 
/ O i/ l€9-s- Cutting, acetylene, oxy-acetylene, electric, and other cutting and welding 

processes. J <^:- (^Xo.,-*^ 
/ yf 470- Cutting, diamond and other precious and semiprecious stones. 
S. (* -21^ Cutting, paper and card. 



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32 CEXSUS OF MAXUFACTVEES : 1919. 

Industry Xo. 

^^ Wh biit t mg, uliAkbuue . J^^^i^-yi 

^^ 4* Catting and dasigning, card. 
&/ ^ Hfi Cyanides, potassium and sodium. 
/ ^o'^ l«*--c Cyclometers. 

i^^ -9*-*- Cylinders, gold, dental. 
:2 3 -^ *4* Cylinders, phonograph and graphophone. 



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f/*^ -d^-d Dairy implements. 

ii<^-^ 9^ DairjTnen's supplies. (S-*^ i:^<^i-'=i-«<_^^ ) 
/^^ c l^^c Dampers, automatic, 
j,-^ -^ Dashboards, carriage and wagon. 
y^^ 80-a Dates, stuffed. 
/ 2J ^ 13^--a Davenports. 

J f ^ 191- Decalcomania, prints, or sheets of colored pictm-es and designs for transfer to 
china, glass, etc. 
63^ Decalcomania work in china decorating. (Abstract, p. 20S.) 
/5 V- ^ -l^i- Decalcomania work in glass decorating. 
/3^ Wt Decanters, glass, liquor, and wine. ..» 

Ld'^-'^. 6*^ Decorating and firing china. 
/ o 'i^f 110-f Decorative goods, bark, felt, leather, etc. 
^ 93 ^^^ Decoys, duck, and other game birds. 
/<r3 -^^-^ Degreasing of hides and skins. 
•5 ^^ -^55 Delaines. 

0^4^^ CL .^^4-4) Delft ware (earthenware, colored and glazed). 
/ 3 3 4^5- Demijohns, glass. 

^ C> -S5^ Denim, cotton. 
^^ ^- ■■'- #* Dental goods. 

*f ^ ^ 9^^-& Dentures (artificial teeth and sets of teeth). 

/:i,Zr'^ 134-c Derricks. 

/^ y ^^ 4^#=a Desks, school, oSice, and other. 
-2-^0 ^93- Detinning, tin cans and tin scraps. 
<5! V-/ *^ 2i^c Developers, photographic. 

^(o -9S^ Dextrin, or British gum, for sizing and finishing cloth, paper, etc. 
<$V'' 13S-T> Dextrin (from starch), for sizing and finishing cloth, paper, etc. 
^^ <^- VS^^^ Dextrose, grape sugar, or starch sugar. 
/ L o c^ l^o^c Dials, gauge. 

3 5*/- -336 Dials, watch and clock. 5.^^. e^a^ ' 
3 3 ¥- *^ Dials; application of a luminous surface to dials and indicators (contract 

work)t^^^-^ ^^^^^ ) 
S,L3, ^H^ Diaphragms, rubber. 
3<zo 4*8 Dice and dice cups. 

f y S^ Dictographs, telephonic electric apparatus. 
Ji 3 (J -4M* Dictophones and other dictating machines. 
3/ fc- 3^t^c Die stocks. 



KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. , 33 

Industry Xo. 
(^0 5^ *1~S Dies, cutting, hand. 

/ o 3 W5 Dies, embossing and stamping, brass and steel. 
31^^ 33t-c Dies, presser, and other machine. 
^/^'^-aW-d Dies, stamping, hand. 
jo2> W5 Diesinking (engraving dies). 

10 Differentials, automobile. 
3 /^^''I^Jl-d Diggers and augers, posthole. 

2 Diggers, potato. 
^y-^'^^W^a Dinner ware (chinavrare). 
(:p I'^-Wt Dioxide carbon (carbonic acid gas). 
^/"^■^^ Dioxide, sulphur (sulphurous acid). 
a,ls> ^ ^^ Dip-rubber goods, including gloves, finger stalls, etc. ■ 

JiSa'^-^IHt^ Directories, city, business, trade, telephone, etc. [^jS^o*^. <^^^^-*^) 
^3^-^»83-b Disinfectants. 
3 V-^ 354- Dishes, butter, wooden. 

I SU^ 158-6 Dishes, chafing, other than aluminum ware, plated ware, and silverware. 
^^S-^SSt-a Dishes, china and porcelain. 
;2, v*^ "^ a*t-b Dishes, earthenware and stoneware. 
:IZ^^ aM-b Dishes, paper. 
Dishes, pulp. 
Dishes, toy. 

Disks, grinding and polishing, dentists', of carborundum, emery, etc. 
Disks, polishing and buffing, of cloth, leather, etc. 
Disks, rubber. 

Distillates, for paving material. 
Distillates, from petroleum refining. 
Distillates, wood. 
/^ 7 '^ll»-a Divans. 
^ U m Divi-divi (extract). 
y^-fHt Dobby fancies (cotton). 
3 6^^ 355 Doeskins, woolen. 
35^3 850— Doeskins, worsted. 
;^ 2, ^-^a*lr-b Doilies, paper. 

•3.^* 3«99 Dolls, made of paper, rubber, cloth, china, wax, etc. 
/ Z i^ Domes, glass, metal, wood, etc., for ga^ and electric fixtures. ^ ^^. ^/^^U^^-o^ - 
y3V- <^M#-b Domes, stained and art glass. 
Dominoes. 
Doors, iron and steel, including fireproof, cellar, elevator, manhole, vault, 

vestibule, and automatic doors for mines. 
Doors, wooden. 
Douches, na^al. 

Dowels, or dowel-pins, wooden. 
Drafts, lithographed. 
Drags, stone, or stone boats. 
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Iniustry No. 

J L^ *?-* Draintile i^rick and tile). 
/S'C>^ 148=e Draperies. 

7^ -tET Draperies, burial. 
/ JS 4^ Drawers, knit. 
^'y^^ ^t^r Dra\rings, photo-engraved. 
'^ yy ^ ^80-a Dredges, wooden (5 tons and over;. 
/-2 7 ^^19^a Dressers, or bureaus. 
7/ ^ 72 - b Dresses, except house dresses. 
7/ ^ "y^-d Dresses, house and wash. 
^ ^3 ^ »*6^b Dressing, salad. 

S, 3 48^ Dressings-belt, carriage leather, and harness. 
3 / ^ 3*^ Dressings, surgical. 
/ 7 ^ "H^ Drilling, of pearls and other jewels. 
^ ^ -8^ Drills, cotton. 
2 Drills, grain. 
3/ f '^ 321=t!- Drills, hand, machinists'. ^^^ ,^ , ,^. ^y ' ' ^^- 

^/f ^ 3^i-d Drills, hand, stone cutters', metal workers' ,^and other machiniota*. 
jZ2.^ Ig4r-c Drills, machine and power, including artesian, gas, and oil-well drills. 
^<?3'=^ »e» Drinks, s^3ft. c.^-^^-^-^^-^'- 
/ 7c2. 1t3- Drops, ear, gold and silver and precious stones. 

f 3 if^ Drug grinding. 
/ / ^ tt^ Druggets and carpets, felt (not woven). 
^-^ 9«r Druggists' preparations. 

'J 3 -04- Drugs, powdered or pulverized, roots, herbs, gums, etc. 
3/0 ^^ Drums, ear, artificial. 
3^ ^ 3*-a Drums, shipping, paper. 
32> -84- Drums, shipping, wooden. 
3;ko -Sa* Drums, toy. 

/ <^i/- 1^6- Drums, wooden, for winding rope, etc. 

3 C 2> -^d^r Dn,-ers, clothes (either stove or furnace tj-pe), except gas and oil-heating dryers. 
3 4^ -f' -3^ Dr>-ers, clothes, or horses. 
j2 ^ 7 -3^9" Dr\-ers, japan and varnish. 

ff l- 'ST" Duck, cotton. 
^ (of kr- -SOi^b Duck, cotton, waterproofeu, for roofing material. 
^ ^3 -i^*^ Damb-bells. 
/^_2 <^ t?$-c Dimib-waiters. 

:2 ^ C ^^^^299=h Duplicators, stencil and other, for printing form letters, etc. 
/JUZf ^ *^*-c Dust-collecting systems for factories. 
32 / '"BSS Dust, marble, for waJ plaster. 
JZ r^-^ Wi-h Dust, zinc. 
/^-^ dL l«8-d Dusters. 
/S'^ ^ 39m; Dusters, feather, wool, etc. 
/ O ^ lii Dyeing, feather, ostrich, and other, 
f vT ^ Dyeing, textile. 
(r>f^ «- Dyes, aniline. 



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Induitrr No. 

^ 3 -^ Dyes, leather and shoe. 

f (^ -08- Dyes or colors, mineral. 

^ I "''' -5*^ Dyes, synthetic or coal-tar. 

^ / ^ 4S Dyestufts, artificial, including all synthetic or coal-tar dy( 

^ L> ^ Dyestuffs. natural, made from wood, bark, berries, etc. 

^ (o -98 Dyewoods, shipped, ground, and extracts. 

fO'] 1^^ Dynamite. 

<^7 9d Dynamos, direct and alternating current. 

f y 9^ Dynamotors. 



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0C 4^ Earrings, gold and silver, and precious stones. 
_^^i/ SM* Earth, fuller's, ground. 
^y-y^^2*l^b Earthenware. 
^<?i/. 206" Earths, ground or puh-erized. 

8-b Easels, artists'. 
/^7^129-a Easels, picture. 
2 L ~Tr Edging, book, card, and paper. 
y7 -^^ Edgings, lace, cotton, machine-made. 
^ 3 ^ 34^ Ediphones. and other dictating machines, 
/u-l f 1^-? Eggs, desiccated or dried. 
if 1-^ ©t^b Eggs, nest. 
/JS 4t« Eiderdown cloth, knlued. 
/;^^<^1^4-e Ejectors. 
^3 ^A Electric railroad repair shops. 
^y-^'*^IJH-a Electrical suppKes. porcelain. 
^ 7 -99- Electrodes, for batteries. 
: J - le^-b Electroliers. 
-> ^m Electroplaring. 
J:oJL 3M Electrotyping. 
3>oZ -^M- Electrotypers' molding wax. 

/22*^^^^^ Elevators, electric, hydraulic, steam, hand, power, and other. 
/7^ -tTS" Emblems, gold and silver. 
'^S^ 3€? Emblems, society, other than gold and silver. 
2 (=> iHf^ Embossing, book, and paper. 

^«^ -9?- Embossing, silk goods. ■ 

^ <?''*' S^=a- Embroideries, hand and machine, of silk, cotton, linen, etc. ' ~-^- -^-^^^^ (^'■ 

Zt]'^ SS^-a Embroideries, silk.»i«-=<^— ^^^^.^.-.^^ . 
:io*^ ^^^^ Emerv- ore, groimd. 
;t37 249 EmoUients. skin. 

*f%,^ •9S-b Enamel, porcelain, dental. 
z ^^"^l^d^b Enameled ware, stamped sheet metal, when enameling is done by establish- 
ment manufacturing the stamped ware. 
y e o MS Enameling stamped sheet-metal ware, when enameling is done by establishment 
other than the manufacturers of the stamped ware, inclu*iing enamehng 
done for others. 



36 CENSUS OF MAXUFACTUEES : 1919. 

Industry No. 
ly^ It^ Enameling, jewelry, including enameling on jewelry furnished by others, 
/O -185 Enameling, leather, done by tanneries. 

/fx3 ^^ Enameling, of cowhides, horsehides, goatskins, etc., done by enameling estab- 
lishments, on goods furnished by others or on purchased hides and skins. 
3^-''/l *^ Enamels, for paper, leather, etc. (not \'itreous). 
/ /sS' ^rt Engines, chemical, fire, separate or combined with hose wagons or fire engines. 
/o / -lOS' Engines, fire. 
/o f WS" Engines, fire, automobile. 
/Of 4^3- Engines, hoisting. 
/0 / Wir Engines, internal combustion. 
/cf/ -WS Engines, steam (not including locomotives). 
3^0 y^ Engines, toy. 
/O^ 1^ Engravers' materials. 

//^ Vi^ Engra\ang, jewelry, when reported with jewelry manufacture. 
yc>2> ^^ Engraving, jevv^elry, in engraving and diesinking establishments. 
//?3 ^WS Engraving, metal, other than for printing purposes. 
/^y- ^^ Engra\-ing, music plate, for printing purposes. 
/ 7 ^ Hd- Engra\-ing, on jewels, and on precious stones. 
^o ^ -106 Engra\dng, steel and copper plate. 
/fi^ 10* Engraving, wax. 
/o S~ -lO? Engraving, wood. 
/o V i06 Engra\nngs, steel, and other art. 
/c^' 10?- Engra\'ings, wood. 
/Z^^^ IM-C Envelope machines. 

/olc 108 Envelopes; includes envelopes with metal clasps and patented devices and 
for filing systems, etc. 
2 Equalizers. 
^S'O 51- Equalizers, or eveners, carriage and wagon. 
X2S' 2!J8 Equipment, infantry, cavalry, and artillery. 
c?^<? 3*^ Equipment, playground. ; ' ) 

(^S ^ 06-41 Eradicator, ink. 
i2 f 6^ TJ99-b Erasers, blackboard, felt. 
2L>^ 205 Erasers, rubber. 
t2 f (s>^ ^*00-b Erasers, steel, and other than rubber. 

^/ -^ 9^e Escapes, bee. 
3 o S' 30?- Escapes, fire.o^i^T^. (^^ '^-7^^ ' ^-^ / V-y-^ ^ 
/^^ <^ 124>-C Etching machines. / 

/ o 3 105 Etching, metal, other than for printing purposes. 
/ o *f J^ Etchings. 
C,/^^-^ Ether. 

^'o -iStV Eveners, or equalizers, carriage, and wagon. 
3s.(o^ 328-b Excelsior. 
/ ^3 195 Excelsior stock. 
^c^3 200 Exercise machines. 
^f ^ -02=b Exercisers, poultry. 
/ ^ ^ 100 Explosives, permissible and other. 



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Industry No. 
//jT HT Extinguishers, fire, chemical (stationary and portable). 
/«2/ ^ l8«=g Extract, malt. 
<^l ^ -9!J=tl Extract, rennet, for cheese making. 
^S t ^^ Extract wool, or carbonized rags. 
/^/«^ l^S^d Extracts, beef (paste or liquid). 
Extracts, dyeing and tanning. 
Extracts, flavoring, lemon, vanilla, etc. 
Extracts, fluid, medicinal. 

Extracts, tanning, oak, chestnut, sumac, hemlock, spruce, mangrove or pal» 
metto, quebracho, etc. 
Z^^ Wh^ Eyeglasses. 
ZZ*^ »iW-b Eyes, artificial. 
•3/3 ii^ Eyes and hooks, dress. 
J^^ 34S Eyelets, boot and shoe. 
;^/3 -845 Eyelets, clothing. 
^ ^ 315 Eyelets, paper-fastening. 



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3 II 3 13 a Fabrics, elastic. 
f(o -Sf Fabrics, fancy woven, cotton. 
S (e> ^ Fabrics, napped, cotton, 
^ 9 -ilO- Facings, boot and shoe. 
J Z 3> i^ Facings, foundry (of sand, loam, plumbago or graphite, soapstone, charcoal, soft 
coal, etc.). 
. i d-b Facings and linings, friction and transmission, asbestos. 
^ ^g-^ )85t"-b Faience ware (earthenware, decorated in colors and glazed). 
«f 6 -87 Fancies, dobby (cotton). 
J (i^ 1*0 Fancy articles, not elsewhere specified, s.-^-^. c^^-z^ . 
y oij^ liO=-f Fans and fan handles, fancy. 
^/ 3 315 Fasteners, garment and glove. 
2 f 6-^309=* Fasteners, paper. 
^J3 315 Fasteners, snap. 

I L^-^yS^-^ Fasteners, steel, corrugated, for fastening sheets for roofing, etc. 
/fj^ M^b Fasteners, window. 

/^ Z iSi Fastenings, rail, including splice bars, rail joints, tie-plates, fish-plates, etc. 
^V<^ 349 Faucets. 

/ d ^ 141 Feather curling, dyeing, and renovating, ostrich and other. 
/SL-^ya^--^ Feathers and down, renovated. 
/^O 133 Feed. 

/Z 1*^ 133-h Feed, bird, and poultry, prepared. 
/2./'*' l:33--h Feed, compound, for stock and poultry. 

f / -^ »3^b Feeders, poultry. 
/£,A,<^ 13*-c Feeders and troughs, hog and cattle. 
/.2,^^134-c Feeding appliances. 
6 Feet, artificial. 



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Industry Xo. 

Feldspar, ground. 

Felloes, or rims, carriage and wagon. 
Felts, cut, mechanical felt parts (felt purchased). 
Felt goods, both pressed and woven felts. 
Felting, hat. 

Feltoleum (linoleum, trade name). 

Felts, including paper-makers', mechanical, laundry, trimming and lining, 
saddle and harness, piano, surgical, pennant, eraser, washer, gun-wad, com 
plaster, hat pad, plate-glass polishing felts, insulation felte for refrigeration, 
et€. 
364:-b Felts, roofing, tarred and other saturated. 
Z> OS- wm Fences, iron and steel. 
3^3 c- 346-e Fences, wire, ornamental. 

3 y-^'^ 346=d Fencing, wire, other than woven-wire fencing. 
3 y3 c. 34r0=-c Fencing, woven-wii'e, made of purchased wire. 
10 Fenders, automobile. 
'^ i ^ ^-d Ferment, lactic, for cheese making. 
/ // H8 Ferroalloys (ferromanganese, ferrophosphorus, ferrosilicon, ferrotitanium, ferrc- 

tungsten, ferrovanadium, and all other ferroalloys), 
^^y W^ Ferromanganese, ground. 

3^'^ 39=^ Ferrules, brush. 
//^ li4 Fertilizers, ammoniated, complete, and other. 
1 Fertilizing machines. 
3 7"^ ^^y^ Fiber, prepared for broom manufacture. 
3f^ ^9-c Fiber, prepared for brush manufacture. 
Fiber, hard (plastics). 
Fiber, wool, reclaimed, or recovered, including wool shoddy, mungo, flocks 

and wool extract or carbonized rags. 
Fiberloid (plastics). 
Fibrin. 

Figures, church. 
Figures, wax. 

Files; includes manicuring, needle, and small files for dentists, watchmakers, 
jewelers, diesinkers, etc. 
/o 'g ^ M^-f Files, com, made of emery, etc. 
Z,^C^ »09-b Filing devices. 
/;Z3 4i^ Filler, cement, foundry. 
o2*2 4 ^J«9 Fillers, for paints. 

^t -^ 92==^ Fillers, egg case. 
■^•27 -.*J9- Fillers, liquid and hardwood. 

f / ^ 4»»jlFillers, milk bottle. ^^^^^ ^ ^^^^^ ^ 3 ^ -g >^,^ , 
c%'^ ' WO-C Fillets, seahng wax. 
^2 ^ -i^S-b Filling material, dental. 
^ ^1 f W^% Fillings, pie, mincemeat, etc. 
^y/^ 24^a Films, camera. 
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Industry No. 
/2Jl^ l«4-c Filters. 
^ZS' -^M- Finders, range, for cannon and artillery. 

^ f -*t- Findings, boot and shoe. 
/ 7;^ trtS Findings, jewelei-s'. 

6 Fingers, artificial. 
/ 9 ^ 10^ Finish, builders. 
/f 7^ i%9^d Finish, iMerior, slate. 
/f^ .1^ Finishing, leather. 
^ yi -3^ Finishing, metal, brass, bronze, and copper. S^^-^. U^u^^ 
^ S -^^ Finishing, textile. 
/S'J 4^ Finishing, fur-felt hat. 
JS'Z^ 154- Finishing, straw hat, 
//</ tt«- Firearms. 

3 ^ ^nh-h Fire-clay products. 
//(r lrl&- Fire, colored (fireworks). 
// Cy -US Firecrackers. 

^"^7^ H^^ Fireplace goods. "^ 
// ^ 4i8 Fireworks. 

4 3 -©#" Firing and decorating, china. £ <^. c^^'c^sx' 

// 3 -44 Fish, canning and preser\dng, including canned, dried, pickled, and smoked 

fish. 
ei «» Fishlines. 
^^ -89- Fishlines, cotton. 
Z^ 5 i*^ Fishhnes, not made in cordage and twine establishments. 

// ;^ 11*' Fish scrap. 

/^^^-IM^C Fittings, bar. 

;iy^ J84!9 Fittings, bathroom and laundry, plumbers'. 

"^ f ^ 301-b Fittings, steam and hot-water apparatus. 

'Jo -171- Fittings and mountings, jewelers', of ivory, shell, and bone. 

/"^'7'nl99-d Fixtures, building, slate. 

/ 3<5*^l^^c Fixtures, combination, gas and electric. 
/^7*^ 1^-d Fixtures, display, for merchandise, except show and display cases. 
/2>o^ 133-b Fixtures, electric. 
/3o ^^^ae-a Fixtures, gas. 

/ 3o^ lS9-d Fixtures, gasoline lighting, and systems, 
/Jfl"^ IS^-b Fixtures, portable, electric. 
/s.'j"' K^d Fixtures, store, office, etc., wood and metal. 
/^7^ W^b Fixtures, store and office, stone. 
5^/ 344 Fixtures, window shade. 

/ 'll^^m~^a Flagging, stone. 

/f3 195 Flagpoles, large. 

^^7 BSO- Flagpoles, small, for windows, etc. 

// 7 M9" Flags. 
/^ / ^ 1^88-g Flakes, com. 

j2^^^ ^01-b Flanges, for steam and hot-water apparatus. 
^{^ -89^ Flannels, cotton. 



49 CEX5US OF manufactures: 1919. 

Indusinr No. 
3 6'^ S39 Flannek. domett, opera, and for underwear. 
^ -^'^ S33 Flannels, woolen. 
^ Y-o"^ 3^-c Fla^h-light apparatus, photographic. 
£^t ^ a#4-e FLafh-light materials. 
CI -J --59 Flash lights, electric. 
/ c J 40J Flasks, foundrj-. for molding. 
/ 3^ ^33- Flasks, glass. 
/J2:i =- i«4^c Flasks, iron. 
/y-yy^Wft-e Flatirons. 

^ y "dd" Flatirons. electric. 
3 p ^ ^0€- Flatirons. internally heated, gas, oil, and other fuel. 
// ^ 4^ Flavoring extracts. 
/Ji/ ^ J^^^g Flavoring, sausage. 

Hi Flax goods, other than cordage and twine. 
■ -' t^t Flax, woven, fabrics of. 
// f 4^1- Flax and hemp, dressed. 

^ / f -^^ Flaxseed, ground and crushed, linseed oil and flaxseed med aad cak.%. 
£f 3 »« Fhes. artificial, for fishing. 
^ i? X- ^06- FHnt, ground (abrasive'. 
- ^ 5 ^«- Floatfi, for fishUnes. 
/ f ^ »6 Flooring. 

9-a Flooring, asbestos. 
/Jcc 1^ Flour, buckwheat, com. rice. r\-e. wheat, and graham. 
/X3 4^ Flour, core, and other foundr>'. 
/^- 43^ Rour-mi 11 products. 
/^ / ^^ 4^^a Flour, pancake and self-raising. 
^Sry^ ^0-b Flour, wood. 
^^^ ^ ?5t-b Flowerpots, earthenware. 
5 Flowers, artificial. 
d Flowers and planis. preser\-ed. 
9 Flowers, plants, and fruits, wax. 
Z^- ^ 46t Fluid, writing. 
-73 -75- Fluids, embalming. 
C6'^ *«-a Fl'jids. washing. 
:iai^ ««3-e Fluting, cloth. 
/2 3 435 Flux, brass, foundry-. 
A 3 / ^4- Flux, for pa%-ing material . 
;? ^ V- ^*^ Flux, ground. 
2,So'^ ?38-b Flux, soldering. 
/ ^ ^ 484 Fobs, watch, leather. 

y - c> i^ Fobs, and fob fittings, of ivory, shell, and bone. 
3/yi r 0M> c Foil, aluminum. 
/3^a. H^-a Foil. gold. 
ix'y ^^^-J^ W-b Foil, gold, dental. 
3 /4^>^ M€-b Foil, lead. 
/ 3 ^ 14*==b Foil, silver. 






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Industry Xo. 
M^a Foil, tin. 
^fj »9« Foils, fencing. 
^^7 35« Folders, bill. 

y-^ -^ Folders, photo. 
/^^ e^ VU-e Folding machines. 
5 Foliage, artificial. 
/«^/ t83 Food preparations, not elsewhere specified. [.^**^. jO!^^-<s.^^ ) 
/;i/<^ 1^^-a Foods, breakfast. 
^^^ -300 Footballs, leather, rubber, etc. 
/ lyd. lt8Hl Footlights, other than electric. 
/^7^ JW9-a Footstools. 
/^^ *^ i^4r-c Forges, fan. 
/^7 1^ Forgings, iron and steel. 
c^/ f*^ ^tt-d Forks, hand garden and stable, when not reported as agricultural iinplanaiiitd. 

• 2 Forks, hay, horse. 
9o ^ -M-a Forks, steel, table. 
^<^s^ ~ 348^a Forks, plated, table and other. 
A r$L ^«85 Forks, silver. 

^/----6^ Formaldehyde. 
J y^jT" S4S Formaldehyde, made direct, wood distillation. 
/ 9 "^ 401 Forms, bank and commercial, lithographed. 
S o C:> -308 Forms, dress and show. 

/ 90 y^ Forms, leg, and display forms for boots and s' oea. 
^^^J'^i^d Forms and designs, florists', wire. 
/ y-y:: 44#- Foundations, hair. 

^/-e' -OS-e Foundations, honeycomb. 
J^ 3 -9^ Founding, type. 
/z^'^ 13 4 b Foundry products. 
/<2 3 ^^ Foiindr\' supplies. 
<^/-f^ -O^b Fountains, drinking, poultry. 
/ s,^ <^ 1^4 c Fourdrinier machines . 

3-d Frames, aluminum. 
•2/<2.-^.^i4_a Frames, back, piano. 
^fJ'A-r'-^98 Frames, bag, pocketbook, etc., stamped and enameled sheet metal. 
^ -~ /' 314- Frames, clothes drying. 

10 Frames, cushion, automobile. 
7 — 106- Frames, door and window, wooden. 
/ Z>z^ JtWr-c Frames, drying and other, iron and steel. 
Z-Z^ !^T- b Frames, eyeglass and spectacle. 
Ho^^ 2^=b Frames, hat, women's. 
/ft 10^ Frames, looking-glass and mirror, including cloth, wood, metal, and all kinds 

of frames. 
J t^^ tfO-c Frames, metal, fancy and novelty, 
5oy-~^2TO Frames, motorcycle and bicycle. JF-**/- (^^<^w^ 
/ f / ^^3~ Frames, picture, photograph, etc., including paper, cloth, wood, and metal. 
^ y ^ 496 Frames, screen, door, and window, v. i*^'^^^<' >^-.t>C^ ,) 



42 CENSL^S OF MANTJFACTUKES : 1919. 

Industry No. 
^o s' 309' Frames, window, metal and metal -covered. 
/S.A'^ 1^84^« Freezers, ice-cream. 
3 -/ 7 -350 Fretwork. 
^^^ ■SSS Fringes, woolen. 
Z f ^ 908m; Fringes, dress, cloak, etc. 
/3*/)^ 130-b Fringes, glass. 
t'S}'^ ^84-a Fringes, silk. 

4 ^ c. -5^=1. Frocks, market. 
/ ^ 7 168 Frogs, railway, forged. 
J Lftf H6 Fronts, hair. 
Ji ^'^ 43^c Fruit, evaporated. 

5 Fruits, artificial, 
yy-"^ 45'-b Fruits, canned. 
V^c- -*3-c Fruits, dried. 

1^'=- 45m; Fruits, dried, processed and packed. 
/^^ ^ 120-a Fuel, briquetted. 
/^4^ J30- Fuel, manufactured, fx?.*-!^ . e€^.ya^ ) 
1 X ^ 130-b Fuel, smudge. 
^ol/^ imr Fuller's earth, ground. 
/ ZS -J^ Fur goods. 

/ H-q IW Fur, hatters' (hare, rabbit, mink, muskrat, nutria, etc.). 
/<2i^ 1^ Fur-lined garments. ^^ 

/ (s> f M3 Furnaces, iron blast, product pig iron. (If ferroalloys, see ii6.) 
^oj^ .300- Furnaces, gas and oil, including alcohol, acetylene, and gasoline furnaces. 
3o3 ^ 305^b Furnaces, hot-air, heating, evaporating, etc. 
fJ.2*^ 4^84-c Furnaces, pottery, melting and soldering. 
^^^ c- 434-c Furnaces, steam boiler. 
/JlL 1^ Furnishing goods, men's. [^5.*^./>^^'-^ ) 
/ Z7 1^ Furniture. . J:.<^. ^W, ; 
/2y'^ 130=a Furniture, knocked-down. 
y ^ y ^ l^O^a Furniture, lawn, porch, and rustic. 
J -J r><^ 120^C Furniture, metal. 

/^ o,/- l?JO-b Furniture, rattan, willow,, reed, bamboo, cane, splint, etc. 
B^O 98« Furniture, toy. 
/,Z S' 1^ Furs, dressed and dyed. 
/^S' ^^ Furs, repairing and remodeling. 
^y -0^ Fuses, electric. 

4 Fuses, exploder, and other. '^^ 

<^ i, -08 Fustic (dyewood extract). 



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Industry Xo. 
^fy -3d=^f Gaiters (overgaiters or spats). 
'1^3 USS Gralleys, printers', 
f ^ -SS" Gallnuts i extract for tanning^. 
3 ^Z 355- Galloons. 

^0 ^ Galvanized sheet iron work. 
/«2"^ Itf-a Galvanizing, of iron sheets, plates, wire, etc. 

^6 -SS- Grambier 1^ extract for tanning \ 
^^^ 38#=a Game, dressed, .i--^' ^'-V-- 
J^^ *^ Games, card, and all other. - 
/ XS' ^27" Garments, fur-lined and fur. 
I?Z -ISi Garments, leather. 
Xc^v- f^ Garnet, ground (abrasive). 
^' ^8 Garrers.^ 

^ Gas, carbonic acid (carbon dioxide V 

V^ Gas. illuminating and heating, including fuel gas; coal, water, and oil gas; 
Pintsch gas, Blau gas, and acetylene gas, compressed in cylinders or distrib- 
uted through mains. 
h ' '^ -C? Gas, laughing vnitrog en monoxide^ 

^ / *^ -t?" Gases, compressed or liquefied, including anhydrous ammonia, carbonic acid 
gas, laughing gas, oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, cyanogen, liquid air, etc. 
mt Gaskets. ^ ^^ ' - 
10 Gaskets, automobile. 
/ <^2 18*- Gaskets, leather. 
-3^2. «5a Gaskets, rubber. 
2 3 K ^*i Gasoline, from crude petroleum (casing-head gasoline, a product of the gas wells, 

not included under manufactures). 
Bos' "3©?- Gates, iron and steel. 
3^3 346-<i Gates, wire, ornamental. 
j^-f'y^' 3©t-b Gauges, boiler, steam pressure, water and vacuum. 

' ;_ ^"^ 134-a Granges, meter. 
/ ^0<^ i€^-<? Granges, micrometer, and wind gauges. 
2,.^~3 ^99 Gauges, printing. 
/ 3 ^ 4§7 Gauntlets, leather. 
3, / o ^^ Gauze, surgical. 

10 Gears, automobile. 
^^ "/ set- Gears, motorcycle, and bicycle. - 

J'c -♦4' Gears, running, carriage and wagon. 
/3T- HS Gelatin, or animal jelly. 
. 5' / a^f Gelatin articles, fancy. 
/ ^ / 6- iS^^g Gelatin food products. 
Zt^l^ ^Jt C Gelatin, sheet, for photographic use. 

^1 '^ Generators, electric. 
/ 5 ? -O l§4-b Generators, gas. 



44 cExsus OF manufactures: 1919. ^ 

Industry No. } 

sots' ^*^ German-silver ware (included with plated ware). ' ■^-^^. .^^^c-^*^ J 
aiU ^ Gilding, book and card. 
^jo-^ -»t=f Gimlets, 
o^ ^/ ^ :884^a Gimps, silk. 
/^L>^ 188-dGin. 

^^ -ST" Ginghams. 
/^^ ^ Itt-c Gins, cotton. 
2> o S' 3^ Girders. 

^ ■3'3 -185 Glass, building, including window, plate, skylight, wire, and cathedral glass., 
/j-i^ 4^€- Glass, cutting, staining, ornamenting, beveling, bending, and engraving. ^.^. c^*.,^o 
/ ^2> ^^^ Glass, opal, and opal ware. 
/33 -idar Glass, pressed or blown, but not cut glass. 
/ 3Lf^ 106- Glass, silver-deposited, or silver decorated. 

.^.JL 136^ Glass, spun. ..^ 

/3t^4- 136 Glass, stained, leaded, and art, prismatic, and silver decorated. :^'' 
JIZ '/- 8!W=t5 Glasses, field, binocular, opera, reading, and magnifying. 
;i o S' 20?^ Glasses, looking, and pier, and cheval glasses. 
/ 33 435- Glassware, blown or pressed. ^ 

/ 3v^ 136 Glassware, cut, stained, ornamented, engraved, etc. J..<^ "^ ^^*-<43 / 
/^ 3 -135" Globes, glass (gas, lamp, and electric light). 
^fL 3^^b Globes, school, library, and other. 
^ ^ 5 W^ Gloves, baseball, boxing, etc. 

y3 -^ Gloves, burial. 
/ 3>S' '131*=x Gloves, cloth, men's. 
/ 3 v^"" 43T^=x Gloves, cloth, women's. 
/ ^ »5" 4^^ Gloves, fur. 
/ yS t?«- Gloves, knit. 

/ 3 C 1*? Gloves, leather, and part leather and part fabric. 
.2 ^ ^ -!}$5- Gloves, rubber. 
tr- - c- 9-b Gloves and mittens, asbestos. 
^^ ^ 13*=a Glucose. 
( ^^'O.-'t-.l^^ Glue, dried, and liquid. 
^Z**^ ■ -^ Gluten (plastic compositions). 
Q, / ^ ^ Glycerin. 
/ 33 IS*' Goblets, glass. 

^/ -5^ Gocarts, children's. 
<2 5 v^ 4J^5M[) Goggles. 
/ 3^ 4^ Gold (from gold scrap and waste). 

8-b Gold, Roman, artists' (mixtures, powders, paints, etc.). 
^ f^ ^M Golf, goods. 
/ ^ -\%- Gongs. 
^7 -M- Gongs, electric, 
a 6»5 ^565- Goods, dip-rubber, including gloves, fingerstalls, etc. 
3 '5~e2 -355 Goods, dress, and upholsterer's woolen. 
nS H«- Goods, knit. 

Z?'^ 484 Goods, leather, n. e. s. • , 

/ ^-6' -48^ Goods, linen. 



KEY TO CX.ASSIFICATIOXS. 45 

Industry No. 
JIA,^ -a^ Goods, optical. 
^(^2^ 265- Goods, rubber, hard and soft. 
^fa ^Jae- Goods, sporting and athletic. 
^Sl '^ !J8+ Goods, tapestry and upholster^', silk. 
3S'^ "355 Goods, woolen. 
2> ^3 -356 Goods, worsted. 
3 S3 -^56 Goods, worsted-filled. 
3 s^ *** Gorings. 

^oy ^t=t Gouges, carpenters' and other. 
/Zz^ 134=c Governors. 

/Jl_S.^ !**-€ Governors, pump, -^.^r^ ^^^ <^l a^^^^-^^^ ./ ^ ^ 
/;z/<^ t8*-a Grape-nuts (breakfast food). 

■ / i^o Ht Graphite (plumbago, or black lead i, ground and refined. 
/f^ i04 Graphite lubricant. 
Sj3i ^ttr Graphophones, and parts and supplies. 

5 Grasses, artificial. 
/ZX^ I'^t-b Grates and grate bars, for steam boiler furnaces, 
2>0 '^ -30?*" Gratings, iron and steel. 

/t^ f ^^ HS^a Grease (soap grease or soap stock i, not including lubricating greases. 
/ 'fZ i^ Grease, axle. 
/ ^^ IM" Greases, lubricating, hard and soft, including axle, graphite, compound greasee,. 

etc. 
// .5" ttT" Grena-des, hand (fire extinguishers). 
JiXS" ^^ Granades, explosive. 
3 '^ y 350" Grille work, wooden, 
3o^ -Mt" Grilles, ironwork. 

/ 2 ;i c, t^l-c Grilles and registers, hot-air or furnace. 
/;2i2, <=-^ 1^4=c Grinders, knife, meat, etc. 

f3 -%t- Grinding, drug. 
^ ¥^ -144 Grindstones. 
/^o i^ Gristmill products. 

f / -^ 9^-h Grit, poultry', prepared. 
/2/ ^ -4^ Grits, hominy. 
Z'ff *•* Grommets. rope. 
/^ 5*^194=^ Guards, meter, gas and watery 

10 Guards, mud, automobile. 
Ji f3 -3*fr Guards, shin, baseball, football, etc. 
3 ^3 ^ S4&^ Guards, wire, for windows, sk>dights, elevators, etc, 
f C -*S~ Giun, British, or dextrin. 
C, Z -63- Gum, chewing, and chicle products. 
^ C -^ Gumming, paper. 
/ oy -1^ Guncotton or pp-oxylin. 
/C y -^^ Gunpowder (black). 
<> -p S' '^^^ Guns, field, siege, naval, subcaliber, etc. 

^Q -8^ Gutters, for roofs, etc. 
^ ^3 ■?% G^Tuna^ium apparatus. 
2 o A^ 306 Gvpsum. ground, or land plaster. 
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46 CEXSUS OF MANUFACTURES I 1919. 

H 

Industry No. 

^v^ -^?5- Habits, burial. 
3 2^*^ 8^8-c Hair, curled. 

^ ^ '^ -»^c Hair, prepared for brush manufacture. 
3 f 2^ Vi^^ Hair, machines, 

7' L -^ Hair, ornaments, not made from metal or rubber. 
/ ^y iM Hair work (made from human and animal hair, including angora goat (mohair), 

yak, camel, horse, etc.). 
/Z^ -146 Hair, yak, dressed. " 
/t/.j H4 Haircloth. 

y 4 -^^ Hairpins (not of metal or rubber); includes bone, horn, ivory, shell, celluloid, 
and hard fiber. 
2 /v3 ;ji5 Hairpins, metal. 
^^S. "^5" Hairpins, rubber. 
J ^i/^ 336=a Hairsprings, watch. 
2:</Z **^ Halftones. 
^^^ 845* Half tones, photoengraved. 

2 ^^ ^^ Halters. 

J 1/-S' "1^ Hames, metal, for harness, 

3 } ^ 9*1" Hammers, carpenters', machinists', and other. ^y*<^ ■^■Ct^e^-iz^ 
^ ^"^ — 31#=ii Hammers, piano. 

/ f _r I r g -t >€ Hammers, steam. 

/ ^ ■5' 147 Hammocks, couch, and other. 

/ 7 "^^ Hampers, laundry and trunk, willow. 
<2 <ffO ^ 353-a Handbills. 
/ //y-^l^t^e Handcuffs. 
/ o2 6 1^8^b Handkerchiefs, men's. 
S-oi^ M3^ Handkerchiefs, women's. 
/ ■ys' It^ Hand-knit goods. 

,Zo y ^^ Handlebars, motorcycle, bicycle. S -,yJ(r- oCft-^^x.^ 
/ f 3 4^ Handle stock. 
3 Jls~ 3^ Handles, cane and umbrella. 
^f^ H3S5- Handles, cane and umbrella, silver. 
<Z ^ S. ^^ Handles, hard-rubber. 
/ y Q Itt Handles, ivory, shell, or bone, including handles for umbrelUs, canes, whips, 

etc. 
/ <r^ 484 Handles, leather. 
33 ^ "Sir Handles, whip. 
3^7 -^50- Handles, wooden. 
/ 33 135 Handles and knobs, glass. 
Htf:^'^ 351-a Handles and knobs, porcelain. 

6 Hands, artificial. 
5 o2 <^ -^a-a Hangers, chalk, pool and billiard. 
3i/z>^ 346=d Hangers, garment, wire. 



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KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 47 

Industry No. 
^ -651- Hangers, garment, wooden. 
/5><^ IM" Hangers, lithographed. 
^V ^ -5J4;9- Hangers, pipe, plumbers'. 
/y-7 ^4d- Hardware; includes builders', cabinet, car, carriage, casket, furniture, piano 
and organ, drapery and upholstery, trunk, automobile, kitchen, marine, and 
plumbers' hardware, "^-"-i.^. C^-c^-^^t^^ 
/^y S: 44#=c Hardware, piano and organ. 
/ i/ ^ 150 Hardware, saddlery and harness. 
^^^ ^367" Harness. 
J/^ ^14- Harnesses, loom. 

2 Harrows, disk, spring-tooth, and spike-tooth. 

2 Harvesters, bean, corn, and grain harvesters and thrashers, combined. 
/S'6,-^ 158^e Hassocks. 

f^^ •91=c Hatchets. 
/^f •151' Hat materials. 

<Z/^ ^W Hatpins, other than Jewelry, or ivory, shell, and bone. 
/Z2 ~1^^ Hatpins, gold, silver, and other jewelry. 

/ yo 171 Hatpins, ivory, shell, bone, horn, amber, and imitations of same. 
/^/ 4^ Hats, fur-felt, stiff, and soft. 
/,^2. ^5^ Hats, hemp, fiber. 

/^C^ 453- Hats, silk, opera or crush, cloth and leather. 
/.^^ 4M Hats, straw (men's, women's, and children's). 
■p^^ y^ ^08-b Hats, women's, trimmed and untrimmed. 
/ ^3 455 Hats, wool-felt. 

^/ -8^ Hawsers and cables, ship (hemp). 

3 Headers and headers and binders. 
/ 7 7 '^ i*8F=d Headlights, other than electric. 
/f 7 ^ 199=a Headstones. 

11 Hearses, automobile. 
^^ ~53 Hearses (horse-drawn). 
<7 7 ~^ Heaters, electric, for cars, etc. 
3 0*^ 306 Heaters, gas and oil, including alcohol, acetylene, and gasoline heaters. 
^ ^ 75" • 30t=b Heaters, hot- water, gas. Sjt^ 30 ^_ S:tca~ca / ^a^ ^ ,n£ • ^^'^^-^ ^-z A- o ) 
3 d3^^ S05-a Heaters or stoves, sheet-iron, not including hot-water heaters. 

9 7 90^ Heating apparatus, electric. 
^f^S'cL 20i=a Heating apparatus, steam and hot- water. ^ *^^. (iJOe\.,a^^^c^ . 
'^ 3/ ^ 3i4- Heddles, wire, for loom harnesses. 
;2 ^#- -30->b Heeling, boot and shoe. 
S. 7 -3^ Heels, leather, boot and shoe. 
^ (^ ^ 365 Heels, rubber. 

^ 9' -^0- Heels, wooden and cork, boot and shoe. 
/ f ^ -184 Helmets, leather, for firemen, etc. 

p y 1 1 

Z yS^ 3*8-b Hemmers, sewing machine. 

^ / —83- Hemp yarn, rope, twine, etc. 
^^/^ ^03=ar Hemstitching, cloth, 

f^l -83-^ Henequenyarn, rope, etc. 



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48 CENSUS OF manufactures: 1019. 

Industry No. 
/ i^ 3 185 Hides, tanned, curried, and finished. 
/ ^ ^ -13^ Hides, dressed with the hair on. 

2 Hillers, celery and potato. 
/ i^ y -^ 149-b Hinges, builders' . 

f /-^ -»«=« Hives, bee. 
3^0 B^ Hobbyhorses. 
^ / f^'- 3tt-d Hods, bricklayers', masons', etc. 
S r f ^' "S^^l^a Hoes. 

J ^ (Z- M-a Hogsheads. 
/^ ^ «^ i-2#=e Hoisting apparatus. 
X i/-^ -34?- Holders, cigar and cigarette. 
/ y^ -l?5h Holders, cigar and cigarette, gold and silver. 
^ ^ Z -5585- Holders, coin, silver. 
;z,2 ^ -33tMI» Holders, eyeglass. 
/^o^ 13^=b Holders, electric fixture. 
S2>^ ^i^p^ Holders, folding, paper. 
/ ^ ^'^ K#=ir Holders, gas, or tanks (portable). 
/ 0^2, ^ "^^ Holders, gas, fabricated iron and steel. 
^ f^^ ^**=b Holders, mucilage and paste. 
^ ^ lo tW^ Holders, paper and twine, 
3 i,L3^ M^-d Holders, pillow-sham, wire. 
^ ^0^ 34a-e- Holders, plate, photographic. 
■S- - (L- 9-fe Holders, sadiron, asbestos. 

/lO Holders, top, automobile. 
140-=f Holiday goods (fancy articles). 
/gZ 484- Holsters, revolver, leather. 
/2.i^ 133--a Hominy, prepared breakfast food. 
/^/^ 1^ Hominy and grits. 
I ^i/- 15€- Hones, razor, and other, 
tf^zZ-f- 433=-f Honey, strained and bottled. 

10 Hoods, automobile. 
/ ys' 4^ Hoods, knit. 
3/f^ aW-d Hooks, box or stevedores', and cant or lumbermen's. 
ji^y^ 149-b Hooks, builders', for door fasteners, etc. 
' / ^^^ lO^c Hooks, iron and steely forged. 
a. -^3 25^ Hooks, plate, printing. 
^i/- 3 ^ 34^d Hooks, wire, for hanging clothing, etc. 
^ /3 jmSr Hooks and eyes, dress. 
2 Hooks, or knives, corn. 
<7/ ^ -92--d Hoops, cheese. 
/ (^ Z 1^ Hoops, iron and steel. 
v3/^^331-d Hoops, truss, coopers'. 

10 Horns, automobile. 
JZ^^ -34^ Horns, phonograph and graphophone. 
3^0 ^T^~ Horns, toy. 
/ yo -*W Horn work and horn articles, not including buttons, or combs and hairpins. 



KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS, 49 

- Industry No. 
JliT^3> MfrirHorseradish, prepared. 
/ ^"S' Wf- Horseshoes, inchiding iron and steel, fi])er, and cushioned shoes, and mule and 
ox shoes. ^ 

y y ^ ITS' Hose and half-hose, (cotton, merino, woolen or worsted^'^ilkjjaml knit goods^ 
J^^'^ Vi^^ Hose, metal, flexible, 
/f -^ 20-fe Hose, rubber (fire, garden, etc.), 
j?«><^.c- ^Hb Hose, woven (fire, garden, etc.). 
^/C %f\^ Hosiery, elastic. 
/ y^ 49^ Hosiery, knit goods. 
y ^(^ 15§ House-furnishing goods, z^^^. 
^ , c 9-to Household articles, asbestos. 
/^f -^ Housings, horse, 
^/-^ ^3=b Hovers, poultry. 



^LZS- ^^^ 


Howitzers. 


^'O -^ 


Hubs, carriage and wagon. 


2 


Hullers, cottonseed and clover. 


^/^ m^ 


Hulls, cottonseed. 


;i'/^^27^ 


Hulls, for steel vessels. 


Z77^^ 


Hulls, for wooden vessels. 


/o^l^^t- 


Humidorg. 


Huskers, corn, and buskers and shredders. 


/;^^C-134^C 


Hydrants, fire. 


1 


Hydroaeroplanes and parts. 


^/"^-e^ 


Hydrogen. 


/^c<^im^c 


Hydrometers. 


^/^^ 


Hypochlorites. 



/'5'7 WS Ice, manufactured (includes municipal plants). 
/^^ SO-h Ices, water. 
/p*/ tdS Illustrations, engraved. 
^^*Z MS Illustrations, photo-engraved. 
2 Implements, agricultural. 

f/'^^t Implements, dairy. 

^Z,"^ 93^b Impression materials, dental. 
3<> sr U07 Inclosures, elevator, iron and steel. 

^/^ •&?■-» Incubators, chicken. 
2 <f(A^9^h Index card systems. 

^^^ .^T7 Indexes, patent (includes thumb indexes and aluminum and radium indexes)^ ^ ^^ 
-^ff 301=-b Indicators, engine, etc. - ' 

t(,o^ 8di=t) Indicators, oven, or heat, for attachment to oven or furnace. 
l(^o^^^~^ Indicators, speed, for machinery, automobiles, etc. 

^6-98- Indigo (dyestuffs).. 

3 ^ -85h" Ingots, brass, bronze, and copper. ^^oJ^. C^i-^-a^ . 
/C:iim Ingots, steel. 



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50 CEXSUS OF MAXUFACTrRES: 1919. 

Industry No. 

iL ^ iToL'^. -^^ Initials, stamped and enameled sheet metal. 
/^^ <^ ^^t^=^ Injectors. 

8-b Ink, dra^ving, sepia, and India. 
/•^~ ^ l«fr Ink, printing (lithographing, embossing, gold, bronze, and colored), 
/^f \%t Ink, writing. 
2 3 -^^ Inks, burnishing. ^ 

^ ^ ^ -^ »»n) Inkstands. 

/ 7 ^ -Itl Inlaid work, ot ivory, shell, bone, mother-of-pearl, etc. (not including glass, 
stone, and wood inlaid work). 
'J a ^ 93=i) Inlays, gold and porcelain, dental. 
3 / o --Sl^ Insoles, magnetic. 
^ o ^ -a^ Instruments, band and orchestral. 

/6>o'^ Wi Instruments, dental, orthopedic, veterinary, meteorological, nautical, engi- 
neering, sur<.-eyors', and embalming. 
^ 7 -99" Instruments, measuring, electric. 
/ Uo^ l€?=a Instmments, medical, and surgical. 
^o i '^^ Instruments, musical, brass and other metal (wind instruments), and materials 

for same. 
Zo '^ 3H Instruments, musical, other than pianos and organs. 
2.0 ^ ^il Instruments, musical, percussion, including drums, xylophones, bells, chimes, 

etc. 
^ o ^ Utl Instruments, musical, stringed, and materials for same. 
^o 9 ^Hr Instruments, musical, wood, reed, etc., and materials for same. 
/ 6,0 -^ 163==to Instruments, optical. 

/ 6>c^ 4^ Instruments, professional and scientific. J.c^, c^c^^g^^^^e.^^ 
/ <ffO -^ 142=b Instruments, thread-counting, or textile microscopes. 
Z^ y ^ ^flHt=a Insulators, electrical, porcelain. 
/ y f — M^ Intaglio cutting (stones or gems). 
/<p ^ 1^ Invitations, engraved. 
/ <^ / M^ Iron, pig, including bessemer, low phosphorous, basic, forge or mill, foundry, 

^ malleable, white and mottled grades; and direct iron castings. 

T^^^/'^-iet- Iron, rolled. 
3 c^ / 393 Irons, branding. 
^ / ^ ^*^t-d Irons, pressing. 
^ / f^ 3^^ Irons, soldering. 

j> J o" 307" Ironwork, structural and ornamental fabrications, for buildings, bridges, sub- 
ways, etc. 
/ ^ / ^ l^=g Isinglass (food gelatin) . 
/ y(? ^W Ivory, shell, and bone work, not including buttons and combs and hairpins. 



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KEY TO CL-\^SIFICATIOXS. 51 

J 

Ir.iu^iry No. 

/'fS' H« Jackets, cardigan, fancy, etc., knitted, 
^f <^ T^=r Jackets, smoking and other, men's, 
y/-^ -T?=e Jackets, women's. 
/;2,;L'^l?#=r Jacks, lilting, carriage, etc. 
/;z^^l*4r-« Jackscrews. 
J / ?- -W*- Jacquard attachments. 

^ (^ -^ Jacquards cotton goods L 
;tv-3'^ ?^lfr=a Jams, 
/y/ 4it Japanning, metal. w,>Dd. e':?. 
5 2,7-3^9 Japans, 
^yi^-^ 3»l-b Jardinieres, earthenware. 
/^3 AStSr Jars, glass .fruit, vacuum, batten.-, etc. . 
^ t^<g^%hk-^ Jars, tableware, china. 

^y:^ -^ ?51-b Jars, cooking and pantn.', earthenware and stoneware. 
^S'^ "^so Jeans, woolen. 
3S ^ 35«" Jeans, worste^i. 
^ ^3 ^ 94€^ Jellies . 

/J 7 i^ Jelly? animal, or gelatin. S,^-^ (::jo«-,2.*^c^ 
/ Z I 7 ^^% Jelly,- calf5-iiX>t (food gelatin). 

/3 '^i^-' Jelly, glue. 
23 s ^^ Jelly, mineral. 
/ 7,r -±76 Jersey cloth, knitted. 
/ 7S' H«^ Jersey's, knit. 
/-Zi '^ l^l -c Jewelers* machines. 
/ 7^ ^W^ Jewelry-, enameling. 
/y2 H^ Jewelry, gold, silver, platinum, and other, including goId-5.1Ieii. rolled gold 

plate, filigree, oriental, and enameled jewelry. 
-8'^- MO^f Jewelry, photo, 

/ 7^ i?^ Jewels, cutting, for watches, chronometers, etc. 

/ -^ f 1ti% Jewels, imitation, made and cut for jewelry, emblems, theatrical costumes, etc. 
- j-^"''-^4^a Job printing. 

6 Joints, artificial. 
/fc^. i^ Joints, rail, iron and steel. 
^^^ ^ 251-b Jugs, earthenware and stoneware. 
// ^ ±?f Juices, fruit. 
^ ^ <^ 5#=C .lumpers and overalls. 
^/^ 9t=a' Junket tablets. 
fjtfi. tt« Jute goods. 



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52 - CENSUS OF MAX U FACT UR ICS : 1019. 

K 



Industry No. 
3. •?' L 2^ Kalsomine. 
5 c? V- '^^ Kaolin, or china clay, ground. 
fl^ Vi\. Kapok, dressed. 
S.7 d?'^ 2^ Keels, for steel vessels. 
Z 7 y ^ '^580" Keels, for wooden vessels. 
j^ ^ Sl--a.Keg.^. 
a (, "98" Kermes (dyestuffs). 
^ 3 S ^*1" Kerosene, and other illuminating oils. 
3 <5'2 ^55- Kersej-s, woolen. 
C^^3 ^ 246^b Ketchup, or catsup. 

3 Kettles, aluminum, steam jacketed. 
/2, ^^ H4=Ti Kettles, cast-iron, jacketed and other, not for household U£e. 
/Y y^ 149-e Kettles, tea, cooking, and other household other than stamped and enameled 

ware. 
:Z / Z '^ ^14-a Keyboards, piano. 
^ /«2 ^ 214=^ Keys, piano. 

//^^ -73-d Kimonos. 
3:20 -3»!^ Kites. __^. 

yfJ^ 8H) Kits. - '^ '' ^^ 

^y L^ '^^d-e Knees, for steel vessels. 
A 77 ^ ?80=^ Knees, for wooden vessels. 
^ fx.^'^'i^^ Knickerbockers, or knee pants. 
/ y^- Vi% Knit goods. 
/ s.^ ^ 13*=« Knives, machine, for paper and cloth cutting machines. 
/ 7 ^ trS- Knives, pocket, gold and silver. 
fo ^T" Knives, steel, table, pocket, and other. S .^.^J^ c.^.^^^^^^^^^^ 
JlifS''^ !W8-a Knives, plated, table and other. 
o2 S^oZ- ^^^ Knives, silver, table and other. 

2 Knives or hooks, corn. 
^/:z ^ -31i-lr Knobs, organ. 
/33 135" Knobs and handles, glass. 
^It^fCK. 251=^ Knobs and handles, porcelain. 
J V-y 35fr Knobs and handles, wooden. 

^^ -S4- Kummel (a liqueur or cordial). 
/ 2 / ^ y^^ Kumiss. 



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KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 53 

L 

Industry No. x -^h^^ £^^.£<^ / 

lf(s> iTf Labels, paper, cloth, celluloid, metal, etc. (^^-'^'*''*'^'^'^"'''-^'-*^ /^f 
^V-f 35t Labels, wooden, for trees, etc. 
i^Z '^ dSHlT Laboratory work, dental, 
f 6 08- Lac dye (dyestuffs). 
A^<i^ 3*l=b Lace, paper. 

P7 -8^ Laces, cotton, machine-made, including levers laces, narrow laces, etc. 
2.oiJi ;J03^e Laces, hand-made, cotton, silk, etc. 
^t^/"^ %^A~2k Laces, silk, machine-made. 
/<^SL 1^ Ladngs, belt, leather and rawhide. 
3^2)'^ **«-d Lacings, belt, wire. 

^ir ^S~ Lacings, shoe and corset, cotton. 
Zf 30- Lacings, shoe, leather. 
Afl'^ 2M-a Lacings, shoe and corset, silk. 
1^ I 4^ Lacquering, tin, other metal, etc. 
ZZ"/ -JJ^O" Lacquers. 
3i^f -351- Ladders. 

f/^ 03=d Ladles, butter. 
/ ^3 1^ Ladles, foundry. 
/^^-^ 158=^ Lambrequins, shelf. 
fTj^ H8^a Lamps, automobile. 
y77'>l^-b Lamps, carriage, coach, and wagon. 
f 7 -00- Lamps, electric, including arc and incandescent lamps; X-ray bulbs; vacuum 
tubes, etc. 
/77<^lr78-c Lamps, other than automobile and carriage and wagon lamps (includes deskj 
table, piano, night, street, portable, signal, anchor, or riding lamps for ship- 
ping, mine and safety lamps, and acetylene, gasoline, and kerosene lamps). 
11 Landaulets, automobile. 
/77^ l?8-c Lanterns, hand and street, acetylene, gasoline, and kerosene. 
2>^o ^^ Lanterns, magic. 
/7^ 170 Lapidary work. 
/y^ 480 Lard. 3 ^c^ . €> J^^*^.^,.-^^^^ 
/;2/^l^-b Lard compounds. 
3 J r S^t Lashes, whip. 
^^/-^O-f Lasting, boot and shoe. 
3 ^^2. -355 Lastings. 

/ ^0 i'Sl" Lasts, shoe, adjustable and other. 
3o -f 307 Lath and mesh, metal. 
/ ^ 3 105 Laths, wooden. 
^7Y(N »86 Launches, w-ooden. s^-^ oCu^^^, 

^^ Laundrica, power. :>-^C f^ /f '" ' 

//;2. 41^ Lavalieres, or neck chains, gold, and silver, and precious stones. 
;2^^^S^8-d Lavatories, stamped and enameled. 
^ ^^^ 351==a Lavatories, sanitary ware. 
^^C' "^^^ Lavatories, other than enameled and sanitar\' earthenware. \ 



54 CENSUS OF MANUPACTURKS: 1910, 

Industrj' No. 

2/1 ^^ Lavender, oil of. 
'ifU -87* Lawns, cotton. 

/ ^/ 463- Lead, bar, pipe, and sheet, and block and milled lead. 

ZfH !l»3- Lead, not from the ore. 
^f 6 ^^ Lead, smelting or refining. ^,«x>f. G £*u*<.x-=^ . 

z f3> »d^ Leaders, for fishlines. 
3 a ?> 8^ Leads, printers'. 

3> 1^^ 3i6=c Leaf, aluminum. 
/3f ^ 14e-a Leaf, gold. 
/3? l- UO-b Leaf, silver. 
326^ 3e8^a Leather, artificial. 
f S ^ 184 Leather, embossed. 

1 9 2^ \^ Leather goods, not elsewhere specified. 

/f-^ 185 Leather. 

Ifb 185" Leather, tanning, currjdng, or finishing, 
^-z^'^ a^^aLeatheroid. 

/f^ ^M Leather vests. 

5 Leaves, artificial. 

/^ Z'^l^ft-a Leaves, table, extension. 

^2 <^ -^ Ledgers, loose-leaf, and other, 
/yj- 4^" Leggings, knit. 
;2,^ / -SO-f Leggings, leather, and other than knit. 

6 Legs, artificial. 

3// 7 -35^ Legs, furniture, turned. 
3. /a^ ^1-^ Legs, piano. 
^ / y ^:30 Lemon, oil of. 
z^i4 '^S^i-^ Lenses, eyeglass, and other optical. 
2*4-0^ ^4S=C Lenses, photographic. 

2 .5i? ^ 353=a Letterheads. 

/^^ 1^ Letterheads, lithographed. 
ZSo ^ -35- Letters, brass, bronze, and copper. 
/ (oo ^' llt^c Levels, engineering and surveying. 
3 ^^ ^ 3^1^ Levels, spirit, carpenters' and masons", etc. 
7^"^ 8^==a Licorice, stick and root. 
Sy 7 !^ Lifts, top, boot and shoe. 

f^7 99 Lighters, cigar, electric. '** 

/off- iio_f Lighters, cigar, gas, alcohol, etc. (not electric). *'^ 

3.77"^ ^m Lighters, wooden. 
^•2^ -330~ Lights, sidewalk and floor. 
/ y 7 ^ K^d Lights, track, railroad, other than electric, 
^j g^ -33fr- Lights, vault. 

6 Limbs, artificial. 
/«PV ise Lime. 

3 3/ -333- Lime, hydrated, slacked lime. 
:^o<4' ^M~ Limestone, ground. 

11 Limousines. 



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KEY TO CLASSIFICATJOl^S. 5.) 

Industry No. 
3 3o 38? Lincrusta wall covering. 
/ ^j- 187 Linen goods. 
/^^^ 158=^e Linen, stamped, for bed, table, etc. 

// 83^ Lines (cordage and twine). 
3 6"^ B55- Linings, woolen. 
-^-^ e. 9-h Linings, asbestos, friction and transmission. 
-2 ^ -!^ Linings, boot and shoe. 
//^ -14^ Linings, boot and shoe, felt. 
/y^ 1^5*- Linings, boot and shoe, knit. 
/y4'^158=^ Linings, carpet. 
;??. -9^ Linings, casket. 

7/ '^- ^i^^^C Linings, cloak, quilted, for women's garments. 
^2'^-^''^9±-h Linings, paper, box and trunk. 
j^i,Z ^8^5- Linings, rubber. 
34<^ ^THe Linings, stove and flue. 
'2 6>s-<'-2dSr-h Linings, vault. 

•^'^/ ^^4r Linoleum, floor, inlaid and other (made on jute back). 
^'^^ ^^ Linotile (trade name). 
;2^'C *• ai^-d Linotype work. 
3^^ 356~ Linseys. 

aoiS" SO?' Lintels, door and window, metal and metal-covered. 
7^7 1*^^ Lintels, door and window, stone. 
;l,/^ -S^S Linters, cottonseed. 
^X "S* Liqueurs, or cordials (creme de menthe, creme de violet, vermouth, curacoa, 
absinthe, kummel, maraschino, benedictine, chartreuse, etc.). 
/ ^^ 488 Liquors, distilled. 5.^<^-^. e£^^^-^^..-- . 
^i -dSr Liquors, dyeing and tanning (including red, iron, and mordanting liquors). 
/^y> 189^ Liquors, malt, 
y/^ iM Liquors, vinous. 

2 Listers. 
/ ^^ JMr" Lithographing, on paper, tin, etc. 

2 Loaders, hay. 
V-3 -4*^ Lobsters, canned. 
/;2 ^ «- ISSf-c Lockers, metal. 
2^3 l**® Locking devices, printing. 
y^7^149-a Locks. 

/y/'^llfft-a Locks, automobile, switch, ignition, etc. 
o2 4^'^288r-a Locks, safe, -"^j'-u^^^ <-<r^/c-^ 
1^0 192 Locomotives, steam and electric. 

*^^ -%^ Locomotives, electric, mine and railway, made by electrical machinery man- 
ufacturers. 
I<^3 195 Logging, including contract work. 
If^ 195 Logs. 
3o4- 396 Logs, artificial, gas, for fireplaces. 

f(p, 95" Logwood extract. 
Xa^ 297 Looking-glasses. 



56 CENSUS OF MAXUFACTURES : 1919. 

Industry No. 
3 f ^ ^yt Looms and loom fixtures. 
^3/;2.-3i^ Loopers. 
2 2^ gg7-a ' Lorgnettes. 

Lotions, skin. 

Lowering; devices, undertakers' (for caskets). 

Lubricant, j^raphite. 

Lubricators. 

Lumber, planing-mill products. 

Lumber and timber (products of logging camps and sawmills). 

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;2 3/ ^*t Macadam, paving. 

/^f fr 1^-c Macaroni. 

/7LS. ^ 1^-c Machine-shop products. 

/Z2 ^ l^^c Machinery, not elsewhere specified. 

^ 7 &d- Machinery, electrical. 
S.<fL^p ^d^-b Machines, duplicating, using stencil sheets, for printing form letters, etc. 
^ 2>Z 1^-b Machines, gas, or generators. 

Z'^C ^*-^^^^b Machines, printing, using inked rib])ons, except typewriters. 
;2 yj'C<^Tt%-2L Machines, se^dng. 
^4 -9^ Madder (dyestuff). 
^/ ^^ 6^ Magnesia, or magnesium compounds, includes carbonate of magnesia; sulphate 

of magnesia or Epsom salts; oxide of magnesium; salts of magnesium. 
^7 ^^ Magneto ignition apparatus, electric. 
f 7 -90- Magnetos (including automobile magnetos). 
/^^.^THAs-t Magnets, steel. 
J^V-'^ 3S6=a Mainsprings, watch. 
2, </^ ^ 2^-b ]\Iajolica ware. 
2>i^ 3^-b Mallets, carpenters'. 
g,ef2> ^*6 Mallets, polo. 
J? ,5-3 -356 Mallets, printers'. 

2, fif^ ^*H-d Mallets, stonecutters', goldbeaters', and other than carpenters' mallets. 
/ ^ (r, 1^ Malt (barley and other grain, artificially germinated). 
/C^ H=b Malt extracts for yeast, diamalt, etc. 
/Z-Z^ 134-c Mandrels, for lathes. 
^^ £/ ^#0 Manganese, ground. 

7 Mangers, artificial stone. 
^ C -%%■ Mangrove, extract. 
/y o Vi± Manicure implements, and handles for same, of ivory, shell, and bone. 
/o^i ll^=f Manicure implements, other than ivory, shell, and bone. 
^0*7 -^40" Manicure preparations, including washes, pastes, powders, polishes, etc., for 
finger nails. 
^/ -%$ Manila yarn, rope, twine, etc. 
/Jo ^ 18!8-a Mantels, gas, woven fabric. 



KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. i 



Industry Xo. 
/^'/^ ld*-b Mantels, stone, other than slate. 
/f-^ "iM- Mantels, wood. 
y^ /A 1^ Maps, engraved. 
/ ^f IM Maps, lithographed. 
ji^Z ^^ Maps, photo-engraved. 
2. <^(J^ ^taa^b Maps. wall, school and other. 



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^--"l^^a Markers, stone, cemetery. 
. -C' ^ ^4^-a Marmalade. 
/OY-h 110=f Marquetry articles, mats, etc. 

/2y '^ l^^a Marquetr\- work, in furniture and ca'binet making. 
3^3^ 34^d Mashers, potato, wire. 
'^t'^ ■351' Mashers, potato, wooden. 
3 5^ ^^ Masks. 

Z9^ 39« Masks, baseball, fencing, etc. 
X3f -^4 Mastic, asphalt. 
2i^/^3«4-b Mastic, roofing. 
z76>^ ^^S-e Masts (steel vessels). 
;l77^ 380 - d Masts (wooden vessels). 
>* f ^ 360 Matches, friction, parlor, safety, wax, etc. 

8 Materials, artists'. S.*^. 
' ^Z- ^ Materials, billiard and pool table. 
IC3. IM Materials, engravers". 
/Vf l#i Materials, hat and cap. 

2,0^ ^i Materials, musical instrument, other than piano and organ. 
^/2^244-b Materials, organ. 
^3>\ 33# Materials, pa\-ing. 

-2*^1 2M Materials, photographic, ^^t^. ^A'^*^ 
-2/;2^?i4-a Materials, piano. 
.. vTj 256 Materials, printing. 
i. (*l 264 Materials, roofing. 

J^Sf ^ti Matrices (singular, matrix), for molding graphophone fecofda. 
30 ^ ^64 Matrices, or molds made of paper, pulp, etc., for stereotype and electrotype 
and electro t^-pe plates. 
.3-d Mats, aluminum. 
^' <L 9-b Mats, asbestos. 
/sU^ l oi ^o Mats, bath, other than rubber. 
3f3*^ a*6^ Mats, door and table, wire. 
/ ^ ^ ^W" Mats, made of grass, cocoa fiber, or coir yam. 
-^^44 Mats, photo. 



58 CENSUS OF MAXVFACTUr.ES I 1919. 

Industry Xo. 

2- (^^ 2«S Mats, rubber. 

/ sL-^ 15^=^ Mats, table. 

j(^ cf IJM. Matting, floor, of grass, cocoa fiber, or coir yam. 

3 1 q'^ 3^-d Mattocks. 

2c *^ Mattresses, of hair, cotton, felt, moss, excelsior, fiber, to\r, shoddy, husks, or 
other similar material. 

2'(s>Z -S65- Mattresses, air, rubber. 

P.UO Wi Mattresses, renovated. 

£oo -3d2 Mattresses, wire, plain or woven, for beds, couches, cots, etc. 
/:z/ ^ i^^g Matzoon (a food drink). 
:?.<- i- -»S-i) Matzoth (Jewish bread). 
^ / / ^ $?r^ Mauls, or beetles. 

8-b Maul sticks, artists'. 
/ d, o i^t" Meal, corn and barley. 

f 4*. «- 138 Meal, corn-oil. 
J2. / (r '^^^" Meal, cottonseed. 
JZ , i Z^^ Meal, flaxseed. 

/ J3 135- Measures, glass, graduated, 

J Y-y ^^ Measures, grain and other, wooden. 

3/^ Oi8 Measure, milk and other, tin. 

3/^^ 3^-d Measures, tape. 

2. 7/ ~^?4 Measures and weights. 

^/ -0^ Measuring instruments, electric. 
c2^3 ■ 286=1) Meat, cured, salted, pickled, smoked, dried, and canned meat. 
£ f3cf^ ^8#-a Meat, fresh, dressed. 
/^/ ^ 1^3=g Meat, mince. 

/<S./^ l^^d Meat products, not elsewhere specified. 
/^/ ^ 1^-d Meats, potted and canned. 
^y ^ Mechanisms, time, electric. 
/O^^ 116-f Medallions, photo and art. 

/y Si, H3 Medals, gold and silver. 

•2 -^9 36? Medals, society, and other than gold and silver. 
^ ^o '^ !J33=B Medicated smoking tobacco. < 

jZSo'^ WSir Medicines, patent and proprietary, for man or animal. 
^2.2?-*- 33t-b Megaphones, paper board. 

<^S "^ Mercerizing, cloth, yam, and fiber. 

/ o 7 4#9 Mercury, fulminating. 

J .2. o *^ Merry-go-rounds or carousels, toy or game for children. 
/2.2. ^ 1^*^C Merr\--go-rounds or carousels. 

2>os- "SOT Mesh and lath, metal. 

/ J <t^ H-=a Metal, antifriction, for machine bearings. 
/3 ^ 44r-a Metal, babbitt. 

3 OS- ^^ Metal, expanded, for lathing and concrete work. 
3v^c- 35^c Metal, gun, and its products, 

/ 0% ^ 14«-c Metal novelties. 

o?^d^ *»3- Metal (from scrap and waste). S^^^-^a^ttu^T-YlcI^^^.^,,.^^ \ 



KEY TO CL.\SSIFICATIONS. 59 



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^^ /3 c- i4=t7 Metal, type, 
/3^ UrAi Metal, white. 
/2 a e- 17^*=!; Metal-working machinery. 
I ^F Wfr" Metals, coloring of (electroplating). 

^V- ,4>* Metals, medicinal, and their salts; includes bromides, acetates, citrates, bis- 
muth, etc. 
f 7 -^ Meters, electric, for electric current. 
/3Z '^ 13^^=3 Meters, gas, water, and other liquid, 
^^y %%% Mica, ground. 
/(,^^ 16!J=b Micrometers, and micrometer gauges. 

^y -%%- Microphones, and microphone attaclmaents (for telephones). 
/^£>-^l^^b Microscopes, including textile microscopes, or thread-counting instruments. 
/;lO 4«^ Middlings. 

7 7 -^^ Milk, condensed, evaporated, powdered, and sugar of milk. 
/^ff 123=-g Milk, malted. 
^/ ^ 9^=ti Milking machines. 
^^/-^2m- Millinery. 
/^S'WT' Milling machines. 

2 Mills, cane and fanning. 
/3,a.^ 1^4-C Mills, meal. 
aoZ -Mt- Millstones. 
^ fC'^%99-h Mimeograph and other duplicating machines. 

fd> -9S~ Mimosa, extract. 
/ 2.f f^ 1^-g Mincemeat. 
^o3 305" Mineral and soda waters, not including natural spring waters. S..,^ 
's.^f -m^ Mineral wool. 
3LO H- W%~ Minerals, ground or pulverized. 
//<c- ^^S~ Mines (fireworks). 
^aS' ^^^^ Mines, submarine, floating, etc. 
/^fC ^'l^^c Mirrors, dental, head and throat. 
i^o ^tJM Mirrors, framed and unframed. 
A-- ^ ^-%. Mittens, asbesto§. 
• /3^-13?=X Mittens, cloth, men's and women's. 
^Zs-:^i Mittens, fur. 
r: -'^ IW Mittens, knit. 
/3(s> 15T IVIittens, leather. 
-r, - -3»» Mitts, baseball. 
/2i( ^ IM^C Mixers, meat. 
^^ I 4884 Mixture, paving, asphalt, for top coat and binder. 

8-b Mixtures, gold and bronze. 
^q4' ^O^f Moccasins. 

^o (o ^*^ Models, miniature and full-sized, of castings and other objects. 
^^S. -355" Mohair, noils, yarn, and cloth. 
y^ci^ 1^-h Molasses feed (a compound). 
/;?./ fr 1^3^ Molasses, sorghum. 
3 O ^ BO^ Molasses, sugar beet. 



60 CEXSrS OF MANUFACTURES : 1919. 

Industry No. 
^o"? -sot" Molasses, sugar cane. 
/^V i^*" Moldings, wood. 
/ f / 151" Molding.^, gilding of. 

S,o(» "*^ Molds, brick, glassware, cigar, etc. /x^ 

f/^ ^^^IoldsJ)imerI_7^,^,^^ r^.;.^.,.^^ i^<^ -C-'.'*^5J 
3 ¥ y -Sd^ Molds, wooden, carved, other than butter molds. 
Ji fya,-' 2*^ Monograms, stamped, and enameled sheet metal. 

1 Monoplanes and parts. 

7 Monuments, artificial stone. 
/^ y^ W#--a Monuments, stone. 
/S-C^ K^dMops. 
f^ t^ Mordants (to fix colors in dyeingV 
^^ ^^ Morphine. 
^^■^~ ^^ Mortars (ordnance). 
J"^^^ W9-e Mortars and pestles, 'r>xx:^>L 
f 7 o 4^ Mosaics, of ivory, shell, bone. etc. 
2>is>-^ 351 c Mosaic wefk. ceramic or pottcn. -. 
/ j^-^ l^^b Mosaic work, glass. 
/ ^f-o- lO^b Mosaic work, stone. 
^<^i^ 1^ Mosaic work. wood. 
3 SLU^ 3^-d Moss, upholstering. 

/ 70 -Hi" Mother-of-pearl work and articl es, not including buttons, combs, and hairpins. 
^ ^ -^^ 244-b Motion-picture projection filmsT"^ ^^ i^r^^wv^ u^i<yt^Z>'^^*<^ 6-0 (j y^ 
^ ^o ^' 343=b Motion-picture machines. 
Motorcycles and parts. 
Motors, electric. 
Motors, gasoline and other. 
Motors, water. 

Mottoes, religious and other lithographed. 
Mounting, map. show card and samples of cloth, etc. 
Mounting and setting, diamond. 
Mountings, comb and hairpin. 
Mountings, harness, metal. 

Mountings, jewelers', etc., of ivory, shell, and bone. 
Mounting? and trimmings, gold and silver, for combs, pipes, fountain pens, 

etc. 
Mounts, cannon and artillery. 
Mounts, photo. 
Moustaches, false. 
Mouthpieces, pipe. 
^ ^ Movements, clock, 

jf J (^-^ 33*-b Movements, watch. 

2 Mowers, hay. 

^ ^^ ^ l*4-c Mowers, lawn (hand, horse, and motor). 
•zo^^-^2W Mucilage. s<^-L cC-^.^^,,.^ 

10 Mufflers, automobile. , 

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KEY TO CLASSIFlC'ATIOXg. 61 



Industry Xo. 

" ^ ^i*=^ Mudis, cloih. 
.- - Ul- Muffs, teather. 
(^^ci f<h-c Muffs, foot. auto, and ":amage. 
/^ cT 4S9- Muffs, fur. 
j,>/.f^ ?$l-l» Mugs, ejjrthenware and stoneware. 
;2 ^4-^^W^Hb Miiltigraphs. and other duplicating machinaB. 
y^ ^ 5S-C Multipl\-ing machines. 
5"' ^^t Mung.j. 
(^^. ?54- Music, book and sheer. ^- 
^^, --254-b- Music, publishing without printing. 

f^ -8?- Muslins. 
- __ - ~ ?lS^b Mustards. 

98<. M\Tobalans. extract. 



^ i^ H9^ Naik, cut, including boot and shoe nails. 

i^f^ Vt^-e Xails, forged or wrought, including horseshoe nails. 
jirj'^ J * ^ g Xails, upholsten,-. fancy. 
y^g- c^l^-b Nails, wire, not made in wire-drawing mills. 
3^«C "*** Naife, wire, made in wire-drawing mills. 

: ^ -"^T" Nainsooks. 
., ~i- -'Ml" Naphtha. 
Ji:i^^Mt-h Napkin?, paper. 
' • - M4 Napping machines. 

f? -hS- Narrow fabrics, cotton. 
/jf<- H#=f Necklaces, glass bead and imitaiion pearl, and other than gold and silver. 
y -7 £ ^tr^ Necklaces, gold and silver and iH'eoons stones. 

c >c -^ 12i— a Neckwear, mens. 
- -■/ ^ 'l^-d Neckwear, women"?. 
jf^, i K4 Needle parts I not spring or latch needles I. for textile machines. 
^/3 ^5 Needles, crochet and knitting, hand and machine, including spring and latch 
machine needles. 
/ 7 o -in Needles, hand crochet and knitting. «:f iv.-r- .:r bone. 
j^ ^ \S^=7i Needles, hypodermic. 
-^J-/ -t42 Needles, record, phonograph. 

1/ ^ ??-d Negligees. 
Z ^ 2 ?95 Nets, basket ball, tennis, etc. 

/ 7 -^t" Nets, curtain, cotton lace, miichine-ma<.ie. 
^/^ -«»• Nets, laundry. 
i#/-^lft*-a Nets, silk. 
^. *- ^\% Netting, fish. 

i^o 'Sf Netting, mosquito. 
^VJ<^ *ES^ Netting, poultry, and other, not made in wire-drawing mills, 
jy.^ ^^Aa- Netting, made in wire-drawing mills. 

Lr -^ Nets, fly, horse. 
^ ^ ^ IM Net:B and seines. 



62 cExsus OF manufactures: 1919. 

Industry No. 
'^ -t^ Nets, life-saving (canvas goods). 
ol2Y ^^ Newsboard. ->^>m^ d^6^t*-^^,<^ . 
;Zo'^ *** Newspapers and periodicals. <9 *^ (^tx-««-^t-«' - 

3, y^<^ *t^ Nickel silver (cDntaining m^ra nick?! than German silver). 
^ y- ^" 24S- Nickel-silver ware (included with plated ware).^^^ (^t^^ ) 
«2 ^o »9d Nickel, smelting and refining. 
/^^ V i4s- Nightshirts, men's. 
3/^<^ SM-d Nippers, or cutters, wire, etc. 

^/^ -6f^ Niter cake. 
/<j 7 -469" Nitroglycerin. 

3 cT.^ "Sao " Noils, wool, mohair, and other hair. 
/^/ ^ Ir^S^c Noodles. 
^ y^ Q^ S63-C Novelties, advertising. 
3-d Novelties, aluminum. 
/O'g f 446--f Novelties, art. 
tff^ ^ ild^a Novelties, beaded. 
.^^'^ -35^ Novelties, brass, bronze, and copper. -^ • •'- / ^. <%, -^ j^-c.^ 

/^ ^ J(r- H^^b Novelties, celluloid. 

/o^4- iW-f Novelties, hand-painted, silk, glass, china, etc. 

/ -7(^ -i-71 Novelties, ivory, shell, bone, horn, mother-of-pearl, tortoise shell, and amberr 
y^^c^ HO^C Novelties, metal. 
,/^ <^ i~ llCHf Novelties, miscellaneous, including cloth, felt, ribbon, hair, glass, leather, and 

composition novelties, 
/i?^^ l-td--d Novelties, paper. 
^y-S" ^ 184S=C Novelties, plated with gold, silver, etc. 
^ <^Z ~^^^ Novelties, silver. 
^y ^ Vi% Novelties, gold. 
Stf-j ^' ^44=c Novelties, sensitized, photographic. 
/o ^ ^ H:0^e Novelties, wood. 
/fS' 3H^ Nubias, knit. 

/t^/ 14^ Numbering machines (hand stamps of rubber). 
/ ^ 3 M5- Nuts, iron and steel, including axle, lock, tubular, and other nuts. 
y^ ^ -SO^a Nuts, salted, and for confectionery. 
/2,f ^ 1^3^ Nuts, except peanuts, shelled and bleached. 

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Inlustry Xo. O 

;t/S ^tr Oakum. 
^y-/^ ^^«^d Oars. 

/;i/^ H^a Oatmeal. 
/^/'^ 4^=a Oats, rolled. 
^^^ -^M Ocher, ground, 
/^jo 1^-c Odometers. 
^ ^ o '^ ^t^ Oil, castor. 
^j.j ^*' Oil, coal-tar, for paving material. 
/^ 3 1^ Oil, core, foundry-. 

f ^ ■«' Jr3^a Oil, com. 

i / G ^iS Oil, cottonseed. 

^ / 7 ^^ Oil, essential. 
^;2^^ 3»-bOU, fish. 

-2/^ ?»1- Oil, lard. 

^/f 4«^ Oil, linseed. 

JZJlo'h ^^=* Oil, neafs-foot. 

;2^o ^ 33S=b Oil, oleo. 

;^^o '^ ^*=Ti cm, olive. 

£2.o'^ 99^7k Oil. peanut and coconut. 

J2;io -^ 2tS=a Oil, rosin. 

f^ -98- Oil. turkey-red. 
^^^^ ?^-b Oil. whale or sperm. 
^^^ i-333^^ Oil. wo^dI. 
^^^ '^*" Oilcloth, enameleti for carriage uphobterv, and floor, table, shelf, wall, and 

upholsterers' oilcloth. 
JZ^/ ~^^ Oilcloth, floor (made on jute back). 
/^yJ^ 14*^ Oilers, hand, or oil cans, brass and other metal. 

^iyu-z- ^ar-a Oiling de^-ices, brass. 
^3§> -3tt' Oils, asphaltic, liquid, for roads, etc.. from petroleum refining. 
-2 3 s^ -^41 Oils. fuel, petroleum, including disiillates. gas. and residual oils. 
^ 3 S^ -^4i Oils, illuminating, petroleum. 

-^3 8^ -g U r Oils, lubricating, petroleum. 

/d~-y~ 136 Oilstones. 

^y. -95 Ointments, medicinal. 
J2 Z 3 ^?6 Oleomargarine. 

2^^-^' ^^ Olives, pickled and preserved . 

^ /<f<l Stlr-d Openers, can. 

/yo ^^ Openers, envelope, and paper cutters or knives, of ivory, shell, and bone. 
^^^.i- 299-b Openers, envelope, and paper cuiters or knives, or metal, wood, etc. 

/C-c^ W?^l) Ophthalmoscopes. 
^2V^ f*T Optical goods. 

/6o ^ MS^b Optometers. 

2. J 7 S2d- Orange, oil of . 
^''*' ttZ Orchestrions, and other automatic organs. 

s. iS ^8- Ordnance, including artillery, cannon, howitzers, mortars, gun mounts and 
apparatus, and shot, shells, projectiles, etc. 

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64 CENSUS OF MANUFACTl'ni;s: 15)11). 

Industry Xo. 
^/ 31? Organs, automatic. 
:z /o :jtT Organs, street, hand or barrel. 
J2/0 ^1^ Organs, pipe and reed. 
^^/ C- ^84-b Organzine and tram. 

Vf^^ 80-a Ornaments, cake, sugar, etc. 
2, ^y 3ftd Ornaments, church, plaster. 
/ 2. y^ 129-a Ornaments, furniture, wooden. 
/ 7 <? HI Ornaments, hair and other, of ivory, shell, bone, mother-of-pearl, tortoise sliell, 

and amber. 
/ y ;i 173 Ornaments, hair, gold and silver. 
/i/.f 150 Ornaments, harness, metal. 

/off- 110-f Ornaments, metal, rhinestone, and other, for millinery, etc. 
^^■^c^ IW^C Ornaments, plated with gold, silver, etc. 
^^;? 15^ Ornaments, silver. 

/^X -Its Ornaments, gold. ^ ^/.t-^ 

^ ^ <^ '?0=C Overalls and jumpers. 
(f,^^ 70-=a Overcoats, men's. 
-^ ^o? "355 Overcoatings, woolen. 
3S'3 ^5^ Overcoatings, worsted. 
^ cfZ M-f Overgaiters (gaiters or spats). 
((,/ ^ -6^ Oxides, lead and zinc (chemicalsV 
i? ZL"^^^ Oxides, lead and zinc pigments, for paints. 
^^ -409 Oxidizing, of metals (surface finish). 
^/a. ~^ Oxygen, and liquid air. 
/ (^o ^ W^=m; Oxygenators. 
ju. J — ^ Oysters, canned. 



^3 ^ Package?, fruit and vegetable, when made from lumber. 
f /^ »t^d Packers, butter. 
=? ^ ^ 9 - b Packing, asbestos, for ice boxes and refrigerating cars, 
;2r 3"^ ^JS6--b 'Packing, meat. 

^^^ -sot" Packing, eteam, aj^bestos, mineral wood, and metallic, rubber, leather, flax, 
hemp, waste, cotton, wool, etc. 
<2 'l4r ^-i Pacs, shoe, for inside of boots. 
(s>'i ^ 70^=r Padding (for men's clothing). 
/SU>^W^r=^ Padding, stair. 

3*^' Pads, aluminum. 
^--c 9-h Pads, a.'jbestos. 
/ rX 1^ Pads, desk, leather. 
s. cfiJ^ »99-b Pads, desk, other than leather. 

L>fr ^«*- Pads, horse. 
^ ^tr'^2W=1rPads, inking and stamping. 
j.3jOLr T^Sir^ Pads, liver. 



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(^ f c, -70=r'Pads, shoulder (for men"fc clothing). 
/S(^^ 1^S=?^ Pads, table. 
/^ 5 ^ l^t=c Pailf, folding, iron and si eel. 
3Z ^ ^^< Pails, folding, paper. 
^SS' ^- 258li^ Pails, pulp. 
^ /^ -3*8- Pails, tin. 
3</.f ^Si- Pails. Avooden. 

S-b Paint, enamel, for china painting. 
;i^Z' "^^ Paint, insulating, rubber. 
^^/-^^?0#=i) Paint, roofing, asphalt and other. 

8-b Paints, gold and bronze. 
2^^ -^^^ Paints, ready-mixed, in oil, and water paints. 
/^U^ 1^8^b Pajamas, men"s. 
S-b Palettes, artists'. 
?^ -9S- Palmetto, extra<^t. 

5 Palms, artificial. 
*2.^ -Vt Pamphlets, folding and stitching. 
;2 ^tf '^■3a3--b Pamphlets, publishing and printing. 
2So *^ ^85S^C Pamphlets, publishing, ^vithout printing. 

9^7 -88" Panels, lace, cotton, machine-made. 
/ j>^(^ iSS" Panels, stained gla^s. 
/^7'(--^19r Panels, stone. 
/^^ 100" Panels, wood. 
/ ¥y -^14^=^ Pans, frying, cast-iron, 
^^i'.i-- "^Sft^- Pans, fi"\-ing, and other kitchen and cooking pans, of stamped and enameled 

ware. 
/ZZ'^ i^^c Pans, steel. 
/^o<^ l«^=t Pantographs. 
2S.Ja._29^ Paper, all kinds (including book, fine, news, wrapping, blotting, hanging and 

poster, writing, tissue, building, roofing, sheathing, and asbestos paper). 
;^V-/<^^*4^c Paper, biue-piint. 

3«2 ^"^ 3?fr=b Paper, carbon or copying, for tj-pewriters. 
Z^y ^i^^ Paper, emery, sand, gla^s, flint, and other abrasive. 
^Ai''^83t--b Paper, fancy, for box and book covers. 

^^^ t^iSt^l9 Paper goods, not made in paper mills (including cigarette, crepe, corrugated, 
fireproof, fly, glazed, gummed, gold and silver and other colored, diamond, 
impression, moth, oiled, shelf, silver print, tar, toilet, tracing, and waxed 
paper). 
^2,^ -8*^ Paper goods, not elsewhere specified. ,5-*-^. <=^d.-.,2:^,^,,.<^-n_„^ 
/c9^ li#=d Paper novelties . 
^i^-fr-33i--b Paper tape, gummed. 

<2«;^^ ^9ir-h Paper, printed, in imitation of wood and stained gla^s. 
2Cl ^ 804-b Paper roofing, tarred and other. 
^y/C- *t?^c Paper, sensitized, photographic. 
3 30 ^^^ Paper, wall. 

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Industry No. 
-Z21^^ ■***" P^p3'- wrapping, including manila, straw, bogus or wood manila, kraft, heavy 

mill wrapper, etc. 
^2 ^-^ *ii^b Papers, machine-folded, for medicinal powders. 
Z^lo-^ 3dd-4) Papeterie, or stationery. 
-2^^/^ ;^M=b Papier-mache goods. 
^2.S ^^ Parasols. 

^ ^ ftl-g Parers, fruit and vegetable. 
^o^ SO©' Paris white, ground. 

/^4^ ^ 40fr- Parquetry, for floors, etc. •>.\ 

/3 f^ i- lad^b Partitions, stained glass. 

10 Parts, automobile. 
3o 3o^''~^f^ Parts, stove and furnace. <£*-*.^^. ^^-€1*.*,^^..^ 
^o/<^ 303^c Passementerie (dress trimming). 
/^/ 403 Passe-partouts (picture frames of cardboard). 
;Zo^^^^^ Paste, adhesive, ^sl.^^ c£<^,^=l^^^ 
/;c / ^ 1^3-c Paste, alimentary, or edible, for making macaroni, etc. 

CJZ -^ri~ Paste, chicle, for chewing gimi. 
/3 7 »»^c Paste, glue. 3^r.<^^-^^ 

^^ ^ Paste, leather and shoe. 
/^/ ^ 1^3=c Paste products, alimentary', including macaroni, spaghetti, vermicelli, noodles, 

etc. 
^37 4J«a- Paste, tooth. :: 

^^7^-«-2e0- Pasteboard. 
o^ ^\ Pastels. 
-V 4^ Pastes, flavoring. 
y/ J-^ 0^=ti Pasteurizers, milk. 

-30^b Pastry, such as pies, cake, tarts, etc. 
Patches, tire, rubber. 
Patchouli, oil of. 

Patterns (not including paper patterns). 
Patterns, paper, cut and stamped. 
Patterns, transfer and stencil, paper. 
Paving materials. 

Peanuts, grading, roasting, cleaning, and shelling. 
Peanuts, ^ted. 
(s>l '^ -0^ Pearlash (refined potassium carbonate). 
^/^^ ;&i*=a Pedal attachments, piano. 
/ 9 7'^ 1^^ Pedestals, stone. 
/^7 ^ 4^0=^ Pedestals, wood. 
/ ^O ^_ ^^^ Pedometers. 

^c./^ €T Pegamoid (a plastic). 
^^ 'Wr Pegs, shoe, wooden. 
f^ ^ ^98=b Pellets, cotton, dental. 

8-b Pencils, air, artists'. ^ S^ u^t<^, (^x^^j^^.-^^ eA*;^^ 
/7 i^ 4^ Pencils, gold and silver. ' ^^ 

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Z 53 ^36" Pencils, lead, iD4dUWe-fMiti-Tnttyotr. 
^ fL^ ^9d-b Pencils, slate, school. 
/ ^ Z> i^^ Pendants, gold, silver, and precious stonea. 
3 2)^^ 336=-a Pendants, or stems, watch. 
^^/^ 33«-b Pendulums, clock. 
^^^ ^ »d9-a Penholders, 
//y 119 Pennants. 

//•^ 119 Pennants, college and society, felt, silk, etc. 
^■^iM ^^ Pens, fountain and sty lographic. 
^-x^ ^^ Pens (pen points), gold and plated. 
jlf^-S- J^99-b Pens, ruling, or bow pens. 

Pens (pen points), steel, and other, except gold pens. 

Peppermint, oil of. 

Pepsin. 

Percolators, coffee and tea, metal, other than aluminum ware, plated ware, and 

silverware. 
Percolators, coffee, aluminum ware. 
Perfumery. 
Perimeters. 

Peroxide, hydrogen and sodium. 
Persian berries, extract. 
Petrolatum. 
Petroleum, refining. 
J J c ^?^c Petticoats. 
/^/'^1^3-a Pettijohn (a cereal breakfast food). 
/^y ^189^a Pews, church. 

jut^^ ^*8 Pewter ware (include with plated ware). S^,<^ <^€^i-..z.,z^^l^ 
11 Phaetons, automobile. 
f^ -95" Pharmaceuticals. 
^^^ -948 Phonographs, parts and supplies. 
//^ tt*~ Phosphates, concentrated. 
6/^ -e?" Phosphates of soda. 
U^ mr Phosphorus. 
Xf^^ ^iS* Photo-engraA-ing. 

Zi^ 34^ Photographic apparatus and parts, s^*-^. 
Z i-/ 344 Photographic materials, ^5■-<-o^. c5£*>-*-.a.t.-^ 
;2.</;2- -^54*" Photogravures. 
/^^-19r" Photolithographing. 
^// -*4* Pianos, automatic. 

^ // -7^13 Pianos, player, and other automatic pianos. 
2. // -^1^ Pianos, street, and other mechanical pianos. 
Z^y r^it^ Pianos, upright, grand, etc. 
3/f^ a«l-d Pickaxes. 
^'>^3-^S4^b Pickles. 
v?/f^ 8^-d Picks. 
^ w^ ^I843=^b Picture machines, motion. 

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Industry Xo. 
^ ^^ ^45 Pictures, art, photo- engraved, 
/(f f . 4^ Pictures, lithographed. 
/^-/^ 136-b Pictures, stained and art glass. 

j^i- 36-ti Pies. 
^ f 3 -»9r Pigeons, clay. 
^ 2 (p ^^^ Pigments, or colors, for paints. 
jze?^ 3d2^a Pigs, zinc (spelter). 

"^7 -^j%- Pigtails (copper wire). 
/ ^i^ \S^ Piles and piling. 
/^l/" I68H0 Pillows, feather, down, etc. ■ 

^V -95" Pills, other than patent or proprietary. 
^^0^ ^33- Pills, patent or proprietary. 
/^<^-^15^-e Pincushions. 
/oi f HO-f Pincushions, fancy and novelty. 

^yt^ Vttr Pins, hair, hat, stick or scarf, and other pins, of ivory, shell, and bone. 
/Y^ ^^^ Pins, jewelry, including bar, class, hair, hat, scarf, stick, veil, sporting, and 

other pins. 
^^^ -351- Pins, rolling, clothes, etc. 
^/ 3 -215 Pins, steel, brass, and other than jewelry, including toilet, safety, hatpins, and 

hairpins. 
/ ^ S^ 16^ Pip^, cast-ii'on, and fittings, including gas, water, soil, and plumbers' pipe, and 

bell, spigot, flanged, and culvert pipe, 
v^/ f ^-3^1=c Pipe cutters. 
/^/ 183— Pipe, lead. 
/(n ^ i«4 Pipe", seamless. 

7 Pipe, sewer, artificial stone. 
3^ ^ ^rh^ Pipe, sewer, clay. 
S^o -8*^ Pipe, tin, and other sheet metal. 
Z^*^ -196" Pipe and pipe covering, wooden. 

/ii> f -1^# Pipe, wrought, including wrought-w elded, steel riveted, clinched, brazed, and 
lock-bar, and spiral pipe and fittings, and galvanized-iron pipe. 
^ /J^^%U-h Pipes, organ. 
^//.</ ^^ Pipes, tobacco. 

^^ 29- Pipings, boot and shoe. 
// V ^W Pistols. 
:^ Xo -3^ Pistols, toy. 
/ZZ^ ViAr-it Piston rings. 
3t^<s~ -S^tS" Pitch, wood tar. 
3*27 -3?9~ Pitch, brewers'. 
°^ 3 / 5}3^ Pitch, paving. 
^^/--^ 264^ Pitch, roofing. 
/{co ^ 163-e Pitometers and photopitometers. 
Jo / -^ !JO*-e Plaiting or pleating. 
^0 d -•l-^ Planes, carpenters'. 
^ ^ J HW«- Planes, printers'. 
/ ^ J 495" Planing-mill products, mill connectec\ with sawmills. 

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Industry No. 
I<ji^ 106" Planing-mill products, mill not connected with a sawmill. 
2 Planters, bean, corn, cotton, and potato. 
5 Plants, artificial. 
ia-^ 0*=b Plaster, dental. 
^0^ ^80^ Plaster, land, or ground gypsum. 
33 f .^aa Plaster of Paris. 

3>2> I 33^ Plaster, wall, hard, fiber, calcined, gypsum, and other, 
^yi -9^ Plasters, m-edicinal. 

//^'■4^ Plastic compositions (caoutchouc, gutta-percha, casein, fibrin, gluten, gums, 
glue, or other cementing material, with sawdust, wood pulp, bone dust, zinc 
oxide, antimony, kaolin, and other fillers, held in solid aggregations which 
may be molded or shaped). 
t>J -6*- Plastics, including pyroxylin plastics under trades nam^es such as: Celluloid, 
fiberloid, viscoloid, pegamoid, pyi'olin, xylonite, etc.; also, pyroxylin or 
soluble cotton, cellulose, viscose, hard fiber, bakelite, condensite, rubber 
substitutes, artificial silk, and casein, fibrin, gluten, gum, and glue compo- 
^ sitions. 

f ^"^ -93=^ Plate material, dental. 
/7;^ 4^ Plate, rolled gold. 
3/ ^ Sir Plate, tin and terne. 
^y^ -34^ Plated ware, including tableware and other ware plated with gold, silver, 
^ nickel, and other metals, j^y^-^r. Cc^^i.'<z--^>'^-'X^'' 

9S-1) Platenoid specialties, dental. 

Plates, armor, boiler, ship, nail, and tack, and black plates for tinning. 

Plates, brass, bronze, and copper. ^.,^— ^ f^^.^-^..:..,^^-^ 

Plates, chalk, for illustrators. 

Plates, color. 

Plates, copper, zinc, steel, and brass, for engravers, photo-engravers, and 

etchers. 
Plates, engraved, steel and copper, for printing purposes. 
Plates, fashion. 
Plates, fashion, lithographed. 
Plates, fashion, photo-engraved. 
Plates, floor and other builders'. 
Plates, glass, beveled. 
Plates, heel, boot, and shoe. 

Plates, hot, internally heated by gas, oil or other fuel. 
Plates, line, photo-engraved. 

Plates, lithographed, stone or metal, for printing by others. 
Plates, music, engraved. 
;i,<^Z ^^ Plates, photo-engraved. 

^V/ ^ ^44=c Plates, photographic, dry and sensitized ferrotype plates. 
^/j. ^^i4r-a Plates, piano. 

^'/^ 35-ar Plates, screen, brass. 
^5^^ 35-fi- Plates, stair, brass. 
y-^o 2. ^^ Plates, stereotype and electrotype. 



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g Industry Xo. 
9^ ^9S-b Plates, suction, and other dental (gold, aluminum, rubber, etc.). 
Jl fS'^ 2d«-a Plates, zinc. 

/^^ 1 31 a Plates or sheets, galvanized (not made in rolling mills). 
/ C 3y i^ Plates (or sheets), iron and steel, including black plates, for tinning, nail and 

tack plates, tie-plates, fish-plates, and armor-plates. 
3 / -^ -^4^ Plates or sheets, tinned or terneplated or redipped. 
*T^ 400 Plating, metal (electroplating), including plating with gold, silver, nickel, 
copper, etc. 
/ 3^^ 44ir Platinum, reducing and refining (from platinum waste). 
;2, // 411^ Player attachments, made separate from pianos. 
320 ^^ Playground equipment. 
ji-Z'^^ 2^1-a Playing cards. 

^^/X 303=e Pleating, when not reported by establishments making women's garments. 
3/^^ 3^1=^ Pliers, electricians', jewelers', etc. 

2 Plows. 
^:iS' ^J«S Plugs, fuse hole. 

^ 7 -M~ Pli^igs, spark, and other electric. 
^^7-350^ Plugs, wooden. 
2,c/. ^ -**0 Plumbers' supplies. 
/ ^ -141 Plumes, includes horse, hearse, military, theatrical, and society regalia plumes. 

^^ -m Plush, cotton. 
j2. f/^^i^Ar-2L Plushes, silk. 
/^ i- Vmr Plywood. 
X^'7%%^ Pocketbooks. 
2Z'^ ^**=a Pockets, pool. 

8-b Points, platinum, for burnt-wood and leather work, 
i 7 ^ Poleline hardware. 
3'/-^ 3^ Poles, clothes. 
3^1 -^H^ Poles, curtain, window. 
3/^d. 3^td Poles, pick, lumbermen's. 
Jl/2-^ ^44=-b Poles, reed, organ. 
/ ioj 108 Poles, trolley, forged-steel or iron. 

f l^^ HO- Poles, tubular, wrought-iron or steel, for electric railroad, telegraph, telephone, 
and signal systems. 
J~0 "51" Poles, or tongue, carriage and wagon. 
/ S'f JOT Policies, insurance,' lithographed. 
^S^ -l--^ -06^ Polish, floor, furniture, metal, etc. ^^i^. <2i^^k-=^<2- 

gOr Polish, rirg. 

2.3> ~^^ Polish, shoe and stove. 
/ 7 ^ 47^ Polishing, diamonds and other precious and semiprecious stones, coral, cameos, 
etc. 
^ -^-^ ^ -OO" Polishing preparations. S-^^ <^(^k-*^ 
7f^ 80=^ Popcorn, balls and cakes. 
Z*/-^ '^ 3ftb-a Porcelain ware. 
306' 30? Porches, iron and steel. 
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KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. il 

Industry No. 
/ S^'-C iM Portieres, leather. 
/ «5"(^ 158=-e Portieres, other than leather. 
/S'9^^ Posters, lithographed. 
J'^'O ^ ^I5^a, Posters, printed only. 
7 Posts, artificial stone. 
/^;t^424=c Posts, iron. 
/^^ 1#6 Posts, newel. 

^ 7 ^im Posts, seat (motorcycle and bicycle). ^^^^- ^'^»-^<^- 
/i7-^'W9 Posts, stone. 
/^3 105 Posts, wooden, hewed or sawed. 
/ 21 ^ li83=^a Postum (cereal coffees). 

^/^ "6?" Potash, crude, refined, caustic, etc. 
^'/■^-^WlF^h Pots, baking, flower, and other, earthenware and stoneware. 
/S'^ ^^ Pots, coffee, tea, and other household, not included in aluminum ware, stamped 

and enameled ware, plated ware, silverware, pottery, etc. 
;2,V-^'^-^?*t-b Pots, flower and other, earthenware and stoneware. 

8'f^ -dO-c Pots, glass melting, clay. 
-2^^ c i}5^c Potters' supplies. 
^VS" ^851 Pottery. c5^^^. c.C>^^^^>c^ ■ 
■^"^9 ^ST Poultry, killing and dressing. 
<^/ u.- I- %Z Poultrymen's supplies. 

/ ^ 7 -WS" Powder, blasting, gun and smokeless. 
52 y3 ^ 346=i) Powder, chili, made from chili peppers. 
z3>y 340 Powder, face. 
;^2>7 ^^ Powder, tooth. 
/^ ^ l?=a Powders, baking. 
/ / S- HJO' Powders, flavoring. 

8-b Powders, gold and bronze. 
^3^ ^25*" Powders, insect. 
•? r- -05- Powders, medicinal. 
//^ 4^ Powders, orangeade. 

^3y -»id Preparations, barbers', manicures', hairdressing, massage, and toilet. 
^y^ "93" Preparations, druggists'. 
^3 -85r Preservers, life, cork. 
.?«/3^-24«-a Preserves. 

5 Preserving, flowers, and plants. 
J V^ -3^ Preserving, wood. 
3^'Z mSr Press cloths. 

f/^ -9?=d Presses, cheese. 
Z^C^ 390=1) Presses, copying letter. 
/JIS,^ i2^c Presses, hydraulic. 
/Lf-J^ 140=rt Presses, seal. 

g % Presses and balers, hay, cotton, etc. 
^,5"^-3«-b Pretzels. 
4 Primers, 
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72 CEXSUS OF MAXUJfACTUEES : 191D. 

Industry No. 
^S W- Printing, cotton piece goods, and other textiles. 
<^ 6'0 ^ m^a Printing, job . 
^vjT 3 -^SB" Printing materials. 
/'^ ^ IM" Printing, plate, steel and copper. 
^^^ -^^jrf Printing, tip, hat and cap. 
cZ ^~o ^53 Printing and publishing, book and job. 
;i jr / 251 Printing and publishing, music. ^-.t^, 

^ ^-^ SaST Printing and publishing, newspapers and periodicals. i>..^ _ 
y^^ -1^ Prints, lithographed. 
^4- 2. 2^ Prints, photoengraved and photogelatin. 
Jt ro <!^ 3©*=^ Prints, ready (patent insides and outsides). 
/3v^ 136" Prisms, glass, cut, for chandeliers, lamp shades, candelabra, etc. 
/ Co^ lO^Hb Prisms, optical. 
/ 3:l ^1M-c Producers, gas. 

7 Products, artificial stone. 
d v^" ^ Products, baker\\ ^S^c^^. c6ii^-<2^-^!^^ 

3*-/- -34- Products, brass, bronze, and copper, gun metal, etc. - ^^.'<>^. ^-'''«'*-'^ - 
(r l^~ -^?3~ Products, coal-tar, including chemicals and medicinals. 
/'f^ 'IM^ Products, lumber and timber. '' 

JZS'o'^^'^^^ Programs. 

2.:iS^^^^^ Projectiles, cannon and artillery. 
/^o ^ Wt^h Projection apparatus, optical. ••^• 

97 ~^ Projectors, electrical. 
^9^ "^SM Protectors, baseball, fencing, etc. 
/2 ^^ i^4-c Protectors, check. - * '■ 

^ ^ -^ Protectors, clock and time. ^y-<^. c^f^,c--c--:-^ . 
^^ ^ ^^ Protectors, eye. 

^ ^ ^ Protectors, metal, boot and shoe, tips. 
^/^ 6^ Prussiate of potash ^yellow and red. 
/^/^ 133-d Puddings, meat. 
/^^ -UG Puffs, hair. 
/Of'f H^f Puffs, powder. 
^o / -€^0^^ Pufls and puffing, cloth.- 

2 Pullers, bean and beet. 
^/<^^ 3^1=ll Pullers, nail and tack. 
/:2^^ 134=€ Pulleys, metal, for belting. 
/^c/- 1^ Pulleys, Avooden, for belting. 
^^^ -351 Pulleys, wooden, for clotheslines, etc. 
3^'^ 35^ Pulling, wool, including pulling wool on contract. 
/Co^ lU3-a Pulmotors. 
.2x^y -^^3^ Pulp, fiber, other than wood, including pulp made from cornstalks, rico straw, 

cotton, etc. 
^ f? </ "^06" Pulp, mica, for sizing wall paper. 
3 o ^ ^^^ Pulp, sugar beet. 

^Z i 23^HI) Pulp, wood, by mills making pulp exclusively. 
2.Z1 ^ 23d=c Pulp, wood, by mills making both pulp and paper. 



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^^7^-^^^ Pulpboard, wood. J^^ ^.^^^-^-^-^ 
^6'^" ^^^ Piilp goods, made from wood, paper, and other pulp. /O^ 
/Z'] ^ 4^?9^a Pulpits, church. 

3 Pulverizers. 
/3,a «- l?4=c Pulverizers, fertilizer. 
^ 6'^ "66=a Pumice, for cleaning. 
Pumice, ground. 

Pumps, beer, oil, spray, ban-el, vacuum, cistern, and well. 
Pumps, hand, wooden or metal, including chain, bucket, air, suction, rot-iry, 
and diaphragm pumps. 
ai'^^ ^8S9 Pimips, not including power pumps. 
^SJ'^" W^F^ Pumps, power, other than steam. 
^Sj''^ 36*=a Pumps, steam. 

£ S'L> -^^^ Pumps, tire, hand, for autos, carriages, bicycles, etc. 
3/'^'^ a^l=-d Punches, hand, harness, ticket, and other. 
/'f^f' -iW-c Punches, machine. 
^"^ '^ -5^a Pungs tone-horse sleds with box bodies). 
Purses, mesh, gold and silver. 
Purses, money and coin. 
Pushmobiles, children's. 
Putty. 
Puzzles. 

8-b Pyrography goods, including platinum points, etc., for btirnt leather, wood, 
and other articles. 
3 4^v^ -348r P\Tolignite of iron. 
<^/ ^ -6^ Pyrolin (plastics). 
l^c '- Wt=-t P\Tometers. 
, ,: 7 16^ P}Toxylin, gun cotton. 
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^^ 'dS Quebracho, extract. 
^^ ^f8 Quercitron bark, extract. 
9 ^ ^ Quilling, yam and thread. 
/ 9 m- Quills, for pens, toothpicks, and ornament . 

- ^31 b Quills, paper or pulpboard, for winding thread and yarn. 
/SC ^V^f^2k Quilts, cotton, down, and other. 

9 f- -95" Quinine. 
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Industry No. 
J' ^3 ^9tf Rackets, tennis. 
/2/^ It^a Racks, books and magazine. 
jy-^ ^1' Racks, clothes, dr^dng. 

2,2^. !?3=a Racks, cue and pool ball. 
/ -3 7 1^^ Racks, display, merchandise. 
/ .^ 7'^ l?*9=a Racks, hat, wood. 

2 ^C.^ m%-\i Racks, pen. 

3^-3^ ^46-d Racks, picture, plate, and other, wire. 
/;^-3^ 124-c Racks, trunk. 
/ ^ ^ Id©- Racks, wagon and hay.-.-- 
10 Radiators, automobile. 
-0^^^ -SOl-a Radiators, steam and hot-water heating. 
3S / 354 Rags, carbonized, or wool extract. 
j,o^ ^^ Railings, iron and steel. 
/^ 2^ 1*4 Rails, steel. 
6> f c^ Til-c Raincoats, men's. 
7/-^ T^e Raincoats, women's. 
VVA:. ^-c Raisins, seeding and packing, by large establishments. 

3 /^^ 3^i-d Rakes, hand, garden and lawn, etc. 

1 Rakes, hay, horse. 

^ / -^ Ramie, or china-grass, yarn, rope, twine, etc. 
/Jl3 4^ Rammers, foundry. 
/> o / -105 Rams, hydraulic. 
2 ^ "!^ Rands, boot and shoe. 
^y -&9 Ranges, electric. 
3 3^ SOST^a Ranges, cooking, marine, etc., except gas and oil ranges. 

'd>of -30ft- Ranges, gas and oil, including alcohol, acetylene, and ga,soline ranges. 
3oiJ- -30S" Ranges, natural-gas. 
'// 3 415- Rasps. 
/i/.^ 14«- Rats, hair. 

/7 -48- Rattan ware. 

3>2o "3^ Rattles, baby. 

fO^ &t^ Razors, plain and safety, and razor blades. 

^o ^51- Reaches, or coupling poles, carriage and wagon. 

^^ -M- Reactances. 

^ f Cf4 S^t-d Reamers, hand. 

2 Reapers. 

f 7 -*^ Receivers, telegraph and telephone. 
^ 33'^^035-a Reclaimed cotton or cheese cloth for wiping material. 
7^^ .^4-€ Recooperage (making over old barrels, etc.), 
^ ^ "09 Recorders, watchmen's. S a^ c^^-^z^ . 
^3^ -tJ4T" Records, disk, cylinder, master, etc., for phonographs and graphophones. 

T7 ^ Rectifiers, 
y /3 415 Recutting, of files and rasps. 



KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. <0 

Industry No. 
/3 f "t*r Reducing and refining, gold, silver, and other precious metals from sweepings, 
waste, and scrap, 
/y -18" Reeds, for making baskets, etc. 

1 / Z 31* Reeds, loom. 
2/2^ ;ji4-b Reeds, organ. 

fj" "97 Reeling, yarn, and thread. 

3V^ 351 Reels, clothes, drying. 

X^o ^243'-c Reels, film, for motion-picture machines. 
2^// M4-b Reels of films. 
^ f 3 ^896- Reels, fishing. 
^ S'^-^ 1?S9^b Refining, copper. 
^j>^^ a^^b Refining, lead. 
^0%- ^W Refining, sugar, molasses, and sirup. 

/3^ 441- Refining and reducing, gold, silver, and other precious metals from sweeping?, 
waste, and scrap. 

2 <fO -^Jd^- Refining and smelting of metal, scrap and waste of all kinds except the precious 

metals. 
^ "S"^ -89^ Refining and smelting, zinc. ^.ty<y^, (luc^,<z.c^:z^ . 
3 y- ^ -35-a Refinishing, brass work. 
<p'^ 68- Refinishing, cloth. 
^'^'^ H8-d Reflectors, including store window reflectors for lights. 

^(^■^ Wt Refractories. --' ^■n^f'^efC^-^^ ^^^^ ^fe^^^-^tu^.t^. j 
^s-^ mt Refrigerators. '' f ^ 

;2 17^ Wt Regalia, society, and other. 
^"7 58Ht> Registers, cash, and parts. 
syf^ ^>8=c Registers, fare, for street railway cars. 
^"7^ ft8-c Registers, lineal tallying. 
/ ^o^ t6^c Registers, speed and distance, for automobiles, etc. 

ls>lj, ^ Registers, time. 5 .--m^ '^-^^'^-^^-^i-^' 
/ ^^<^l!?4-c Registers and grilles, hot-air or furnace. 

c^y W Regulators, electrical. 
73;? <^ i34-c Regulators, gas and water. 
/22^ 1^4=-c Regulators, heat and damper. 

t^ /-^ -03-b Regulators, incubator. 
;^oS' ^^ Reinforcement, steel, for concrete, not made in a rolling mill. 
^y3^^4^d Reinforcement, wire, for concrete construction, not made in a wire-drawing 

mill. 
«2^ 12 "iS^ Reinforcements, tire, rubber. 
320 ^^ Reins, toy. 
^^ifL 66-a Removers — paint, rust, stain, ink. 
ifl^ "^-d Rennet extract. 
/pa HI Renovating, feather, ostrich, and other. 
;^S'X ^55 Rep (wool and cotton or wool and silk). 
^^ SiSr- Repair and shop construction work, by steam railroads, not including running 
repairs, in roundhouses. 



76 CEXSUS OF manufactures: 1919. 

Industrj' No. 
,5' 3 "34 Repair and shop construction work, by railroad companies other than steam 
roads. 
^ !*■ — Eopair^^ o rk, auturuobile . 
<j^'^'*^ -5*=t) Repair work, carriage and wagon. 
/2.^^ VUr-z Repair work, machine, including repairs on electrical machinery, etc., when 

n not manufacturers thereof. 

^ "76 ^f^^ Repair work, steel vessels, 
2,y 1' 2i^-b Repair work, on wooden vessels and boats. 
5.3 -^^ Repairer, leather. 

tt RepuiiiiLg, aulumubile, ahupa uaing power. 

S.2T ^44 Residuum, or tar, petroleum. 

'^7^ ■'99 Resistances, electrical. 
iZ2>0 S38-b Retarders, mortar. 

A*t^o^ ^*8-c Rests, head, photographers'. ft "i^ >/ 

/ ^^ 40t--b Retinoscopes. , ^^^ y^J^t^^^Z , "^ ' 

~e^ 90=-b Retorts, fire-clay. " 

/ / L^ ^SA^ Revolvers. 
jZi/o '^ 34ft-c Rewinders, film, for motion-picture machines. 

^7 -mr Rheostats. 
^^ ^-^23t-b Ribbon, paper, for adding machines and cash registers, 
3^ i/c: 3^^c Ribbon, typewriter. 
'^ 7 <^ Xi^ Ribbons, cigar, printed. 
3>^{^(^ 3?6-c Ribbons, inked, for typewriters. 
Xr/"^ g84-a Ribbons, silk. 
^ ^ ^^ Rice, cleaning and polishing. 
/^^ ^ It^-VL Rice, puffed. 
// 1/ ^40- Rifles. 
^^3 -^96^ Rifles, air, 
/j,-y la©" Rifles, scythe (whetstones). 
ZyC,^ 279-€ Rigging, steel vessels. 
J^ 7')d. 280-d Rigging, wooden vessels. 
"-'- <^ 9-b Rings, asbestos. 
/ y^ 173* Rings, gold, silver, etc. ' 

/yQ ITT Rings, napkin, pacifier, teething, finger, etc., of ivory, shell, and bone. 
/zrx'^ lt*-c Rings, piston. 
^C>^ 2^ P^ings, rubber, fruit jar, and other. 

-7/ ^ ~9^J=d Ripeners, cheese. 
:Z 2> / ^^ Riprap (broken stone). 
/^ J A%Tr Rivets, bifurcated and other, iron and steel. 
^o "8t~^ Roasters, peanut, tin and copper. 

Q^^ >«l-c Robes, automobile, carnage, etc., made from purchased fabric (not piece 
woven). 
/^L^ 15^-e Robes, baby carriage. 
y3 -^^T' Robes, burial. 
<p^ -— 8f- Robes, cotton. 
^^ ^ -«^ Robes, felt. 



KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 77 

Industry Xo. 
/<X s- -4«Tf Robes, fur. 
1^9 -€»■ Robes, horse. 
//X -iF^-€ Robes, night, women's. 
35" 5 ^55 Robes, woolen. 
3 6" 3 356 Robes, worsted. 
//C, H^ Rockets (fireworks). 
3zO WXi Rocking-horses and hobbyhorses. 

J // -35 Rods, brass, bronze, and copper. Jyc^. i^<^^<^c^ . 
3 V/ -344 Rods, curtain, metal. 
-^ f 3 2»6 Rods, fishing. 
/3 3 133 Rods, glass. 

/6. 2 1^ Rods, iron and steel, including wire, spike, chain, bolt, and nut rods 
/^ 9 C 1S4-C Rods, lightning. 
-7.0.^ 35^a Rods, stair, brass, 
y 3 *4- Roe, shad and other, canned. 

2 Rollers, land. 

^ 0^ 3 tSC Rollers, printers' . 
/^^<^ 13^=c Rollers, steam. 
3 A^/ ^44 Rollers, window shade. 
3,i^y 350 Rollers, wooden. 

/^ Z ■l^ Rolling mills products (iron and steel) . 
/(^'Z- 446- Rolls, hair. 
/ f ^ 184 Rolls, music, leather. 
3 S-Jl -355 Rolls, wool-card. 

7/-€ -^•^-e Rompers, children's, 
-c 6/ 364=i) Roofing, asphalt, felt, composition, etc. 
£. (» I 364 Roofing materials. 4^^. ^£<;<^'!^>^ 
Src -83 Roofing, tin and other sheet metal. 
^( -83" Rope, cotton, flax, hemp, jute, manila, and other fiber. 
Zi-Z -345 Rope, wire, made in wire drawing mills. 
3y.- JC- 54^1) Rope, wire, not made in a wire drawing mill. 
I'l X 4fS- Rosaries, gold and silver. 
3^;^ -32!4 Rosin, and turpentine from the gum. 
^-^-^'-349- Rosin, and turpentine from the wood. 
2<7V^ -^66 Rottenstone, ground. 
3^7^350 Rounds, ladder. 
^ 77C 280-^c Rowboats, wooden. 

3 Rowers, marking or check. 
Z^^ "^365" Rubber goods, hard and soft. 

-Z6Z. 205- Rubber, reclaimed. 

2.(>A. 265" Rubber, sheet. 

5 6 .2 -365" Rubberized cloth. 

(?/ ^^ 63^ Rubber substitutes, including finished goods, manufactured in establishments 
making the rubber substitute. 

.^<7^ . 303-€ Ruching, cloth. 
^7<^ ^^'^^ Rudders, for steel vessels. 
;^yy^ 28ft-d Rudders, for wooden vessels. 



78 CENSUS OF MAXUFACTUEES : 19W. 

Industry No. 

Rugs, flax (from the undressed fiber). 
Rugs, fluff. 
Rugs, fur. 

Rugs, grass, cocoa fiber, etc. 
Rugs, jute. 
Rugs, other than rag. 
Rugs, rag. 

Rulers, office, school, etc. 
Rules and rulers, aluminum and other metal. 
Rules, brass, printers'. 

Rules, carpenters', log and lumber, commercial, etc. 
Rules, composing, printers'. 

Rules, ivory and wood, metal, and other material. 
^2 ^ ^^^ Rules, slide. 
^ ^ n Ruling, paper. 
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11 Runabouts, automobile. 



Oy/ IZ' Saccharin. 
/ &0 ^ 10?^c Saccharometers. 
3 ^~c2 355 Sackings, dress goods and similar fabrics. 

-7/^ "S^d Sacks (or sacques), dressing. 
a G^ ^%f Saddlery. 

;l o y ^0* Saddles, motor cycle and bicycle. ,3..c^. 
a. (^4 -307- Saddletrees. 
/ y 7-^ 14e-e Sadirons. 

'^T M- Sadirons, electric. 
^<? / 306- Sadirons, internally heated, gas, oil, or other fuel. 
^ iy^%%^2i Safes, fireproof and burglar proof. 
/^ y^iM-a Safes, kitchen. 

<^ C -9^ Safflower, extract. 
^yy(/'-2&i Sailboats, ^.c^. c^-e^^^^. 
/;z 43- Sails. 
6/^ -6«" Sal soda. 
^ <t t ^8«9- Salt. 
^»/^-er Saltpeter. 
^Z-^-' 6?' Salts, gold, silver, platinum, lead, tin, zinc, nickel, mercury, thorium, copper, 

iron, barium, ammonium, Epsom and Glauber salts, etc. 
'^^ d5 Salts, metal, medicinal. 
^^ 93 Salves. 
^o </- aos Sand, glass (ground from rock). 
/^ ^ A25 Sand, molding, foundry. 
^f^ 30 «^Sandal8, leather. 
^ ^ 31^ Sandals, rubber. 

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KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 79 

Industry No. 
2(s>7 ^5^ Sandpaper. 
Ho^ -?6^ Sandstone, ground. 
/Sh^ -!«€ Sandstones, shoemakers*. 

^^^«^ 2il-a Sanitan- ware, including bathtubs, washtubs. etc. 
2>os' 3#* Sash, window, metal and metal covered. 
/^^ 4*6- Sash, window, wooden. 
X/y ^ff^~ Sassafras, oil of. 
3 2 f ^^*- Satchels. 

jp C "^7" Sateens, cotton. 
3^^.^ 355- Satinets. 

^^2^ ?46-b Sauces, chili, tobasco. Worcestershire, etc. 
s,^^'^' 34#-b Sauerkraut, in bulk. 
i^^^ *F=Si Sauerkraut, canned. 
LZif^^ Sr^-a Sausage, canned. / ^.^ .^^^^du^ ^^^ ^-.^,*^^^^<33^^^„^ -**.o^ >*.^c^<^ 

;i^f^ 'i'i% b Sausage, other than canned. j"^*-*'"c^^^*—^ ^^«^^^<^^^^^=^i-<6.^^_^iU:::C" 
/^3 4^ Sawed lumber, including contract work. - 
3 9^7 ^5^ Sawing, jig. 
J<,j0 -233 Saws, hand and power. 
/ f'V ^®6 Scaffolds^, ready-made. 
^7/ -^*4 Scales, stationar\- and portable, spring, beam. co'in:er. and platform. 

73 -to Scarfs, burial. 
/ 2 5- ie? Scarfs, fur. 
/ 7<,- 4^ Scarfs, knit. 

9 J -^ Scarfs, lace, cotton, machine made. 
/•6'(,^ 15*^ Scarfs, piano, table, etc.. made from fabrics. 
, / o its Scarfs, piano, table, etc.. felt, made in felt mills. 

3 / J 313 Scener\-, theatrical, not including the incidental work d;ne in theaters. 
z 0^.^96" Schist, ground. 
2.f^^^''99^=^ Sc-hool supplies. 

J '4^ -tt-d Scissors. 
3/f^9^i-A Scoops. 

3 c, Scoops, aluminum. 
P- f 3 -^8§6- Scoops, crab and fish. 
3/^ l^i c Scouring machines. 
S^S'O 3*3 Scouring wool. 
.:.^--^^T* Scows, steel. 
^ 7.''--- 2^<r Scows, wooden. 
// 1, 414 Scrap, fish, fertilizer. 
? Scrapers, cotton. 
/;^/'^ 133-d Scrapple. 
/<? f fr lld=f Scratchers. match. 
;2 3/ 334 Screenings, for paving material. 
j^^/C- ?44-€ Screens, for moving pictures. 
/2^Z^ l?*=nkTeens. iron. 

^f J'^tSS-a .Screens, perforated, stamped sheet metal, for milling and mining. 
/Jy--^- 19t Screens, stained glass. 

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80 c^EXSUS OF MAXUPACTURES : 1919. 

Industry No, 
3¥0^ 343=a Screens, window and door, metal and Avood. 
3y^J--^a«t Screwdrivers. ^*-^ c€<*^^*^ 
^ 7Z "^^ Screws, machine, na«*«rl, for metal work. 
^ .73 ^a^ Screws, wood, metal , for woodwork. 
3^7 -350 Scrollwork. 

2 Scythes and scythe snaths. 
/<^~// 456- Scythestones. 
/i/-^^ Hd^ Seals, car.^ .t<i<.^^c / 
^ f ^'^ ^08^a Seals, car, stamped_8heet_metaL 
/(;i3 165- Seals, notarial, and other engraved seals. 
^7 -0&- Searchlights, electric. 
^ i/L ^19 Seats, bath and toilet. 
/ ^^ 18^ Seats, chair, leather. 
/^ y '^ l^^^a Seats, chair, wooden. 

f f-^ -6^-^ Sections, honey. 
/ O ^ 166 Securities, engraved. 
11 Sedans, automobile. 
2 Seeders, broadcast and wagon or end gate, 
5. / </ »i6- Seines. 
^ / <^ ~6^c Separators, cream. 

2 Separators, grain and cranberry. 
3S'^ -355 Serges, woolen. 
2^j -356" Serges, worsted. 

A o<i-£- IJ31H1> Serpentines (narrow paper ribbon or streamers of different colors, used like con- 
'^^ fetti). 

CJ //- -^S- Serums. 
'//^ -448 Set pieces (fireworks). 
^ aQ^ 2^6--b Sets, desk and writing (including desk pads, blotters, inkstands, penholders, 

paper cutters, etc.). 
2j2.4 -S^-\Sets, eye-testing. 
/ 2, 6--^^ Sets, fur. 
^^iftT'^ 1848-c Sets, or articles, plated with gold, silver, and other metals; includes toilet, 

manicure, sha\ing, carving, desk, and writing sets and articles. 
Sff2 --285 Sets or articles, silver. 
/2y ^ 129^a Settees. 
3'S.o *^^ Settees, gliding, or swings. 
I y X -"l^ Setting and mounting, diamond. 
;^ yS''^ !^T^ Sewing machines, foot and power. 
2^Z*/- 2 27-1^ Shades, eye. 
/33 135- Shades, lamp, glass. 
7 3^^-^ 136 Shades, lamp, glass, stained, leaded, etc. 
/o^ {. 116-^Shades, lamp, candle, etc., fancy paper, cloth, and other than glass. 

^^^%iAr- Shades, window. 
y^t, c 124-c Shafting, steel, flexible, etc. 

16 Shafts, crank, automobile. 
/ f J ^ 166-a Shafts, stone, for monuments. 



KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 81 

Izadoysry Xo. 

/^l,^ li^-« Shakes?, salt and peppo-, material not specified. 

S - Shakeis, salt and pepper, alumiDum. 
JZ*/S^ »iS-e Shakeis, salt and pepper, plated ware. 
-2 y-J ^^ Shakers, aalt and pepper, alverware. 
^ y «- tSl-a Siiakeis, salt and pepper, chinaware. 
2^4 3ii Shale, CTomid. 
f 7 -^ Shams, pillow, machine-made cotton lace. 
si^ O^-e Simms, pillow, made of fabrics. 
2/i -»- Shank?, boot and aSioe (steel, copper, and wooden). 
/ i^2, i^ Shapes, structmal, steel. 
3i^^ Sm^ Shaipeneis, ice skates. 
/^V liS^ Shaip«i«s, lawn mower. 
2 ^ U^ 2»-l> Sharpeneis, pendl- 
iZ^ 4?r Shawk. for. 
fjs iS€ Shawls, knit. 
3S' :l -9SSr Shawls, woven. 
9o ^ 91-4 Sheais. 

^a Sheathing, asbestos. 
, ^ J iS9 She^iekins, dreroed and dyed, wiTln ib^ wr»r;| qj^ 

f^ -ar Sheeting, cotton. 
Jl^J. tSS Sheedi^, rubber, lio^itaL 

iro -88^ Sheet-ironwork. 
/ C^ 1S4 Sheets, black, iron and sled. 
^ tf- -J5- Sheete, brass, bronze, and copper. >^*«^- Cc»-«4k-c-€>^ 

^-a Sheets, bnildiii^, aj^bestcs. 
/f/ ISS Sheets, lead. 
^itr 88-b Sheets, pladmum, dental. 
t-a Sheets, roofing, asbestos. 
J2^ 9SHb Sheets, stenciL, waxed, f<Hr dnpUcatii^ machines. 
;^^f^ia^a Sheets, zinc. 
3 ^2, 7 **•" Shellac. 

t Shellexs, com. 
;^^ 5" ?^ Shells, cannon and artilleiy. 

4 Shells, firearms,^chid^k»ded,(H- unloaded, metal or paper ^eils for shotgonF^y 
ff^^m Shells (fireworks). 

93r «r* Shells, gold, dmtal. -_ 

Z f^ ff=% Shells, oyster, cmdlied and ]Hepaied for poultry. \e,^<»— ->^-v 
y 2 ^^ Shells, oyster and peanut, ground If&t fertilizer. 
^n: i^ SheUwork and articles, inclading sear^eD, fre^-waier mnffladi, mem€9r-oi^^ 

tortois&^elL, and other ^ellwcok, not induding buttons and combs aadl 
hairpins. 
^ ^y- fS6 Shelves, bracket, wooden. 
/ ^ Y ^ ^^^'^^ Shelves, metaL 
^^r '- ?il— b Sheibets. 
^j^ H-e Shields^ dress. 



82 CENSUS OF manufactures: 1919. 

Industry No. 

10 Shields, wind, and automobile. 

^. 9-a Shingles, asbestos. 

^6>/ ^ 3«^b Shingles, asphalt. 

JIU/'C- 3#4r-b Shingles, cement. 

^^ / ^ *€4^a Shingles, metal. 

/9d 405 Shingles, wooden. 

^'^y L a;^ Shipbuilding, steel, ^^c^. ^^C^^^i^^^^^^ 
zyy -*^ Shipbuilding, wooden. ,$ u^. a^o^^^^^t^,^^,^^. 
^ y^-^V^-y^ Shirrers, seAving machine. 
3 5~^3^ B55 Shillings, woolen. 
? L "81^ Shirtings, cotton. 
<^ y^ -2S1' Shirts, cotton, linen, flannel, etc. 
/7^' 11f«- Shirts, knit. 
3> 3 3 835 Shoddy, cotton or mattress. 

^ jr"/ -354 Shoddy, wool, includes shoddy or mungo, recovered wool fiber, carbonized rags, 
or wool extract. 
73' -^^ Shoes, burial. 

6 Shoes, extension. 
-2f ^ -30=a Shoes, felt. 

/^^ -H^ Shoes, felt, when made in felt establisliments, 

/S'S' 157~ Shoes, horse, mule, and ox, including fiber and other cushioned horseshoes. 
S,^ -3^ Shoes, leather. .^„.,^. c^e^.^-^.^,-^^^ 
3o -31- Shoes, rubber. 
^^/ -3^-f Shoes, wooden. 

3^ -8^ Shocks, box and cooperage, not made from logs or bolts. 
/ 2. c 1^ Shorts (grain remaining after sifting flour and meal). 
^ -2^"" -3^ Shot, cannon and artillery. 

1 Shot, lead and loaded shells. 
^ / // H^ Shotguns. 

3/f "^ 3M-a Shovels. 
3 / H^^^ Shovels, bakers', wooden. 

2 Shredders and buskers, corn. 
^3 —44 Shrimps, canned. 

^ 7 --08 Shrinking, cloth (on commission). 
y2> ""^^ Shrouds, burial. 
^/^y Cj^^S^-c Shutters, camera, photographic. 

/6>C> 1^ Shutters, iron and steel, fireproof, rolling, and other shutters. 
3> / ^ 314 Shuttles, or chariots, for lace machines/ ^^^-t^^C^^.,..^ J 
2, ys' ^ ^^'S-b Shuttles, sewing machine. '^ 

^ / jl^ 314 Shuttles, for looms. ^;-z^..-j.O^^^^^ I 

3 Sickles. ^ 
/Zy ^ 4^»-a Sideboards. 

2 7 '^ -209 - Sidecars, motorcycle. 

9-a Siding, asbestos. 
/o^3 435 Sieves, foundry. 
^^^jf~ S^ Sights, cannon and artillery. 



KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 83 

Industry No. 
^7 -99" Signals, electric. 
Z ^o^~ %%^-h Signs, brass, bronze, and copper. 
Z^o ^ »SS=ii Signs, electric. 
Z^o-^ 2^-h Signs, other than electric, of wood, metal, glass, v.-ire, enameled, iron, cloth, 

cardboard, celluloid, etc. 
^o'-r 306" Silica, ground. 

^Z'- -G.^' Silk, artificial (plastics). 
;2^/^S84-a Silk, finished products. U- - -; 

Z'ff- / ^Sir-h Silk, throwing and winding. , ii v-r'. 

ji p/^ •384-b Silk, spun. 
^^/6^ .^a Silks, broad. 

;^^/^^84^a Silks, sewing, embroidery, wash, fringe, and fioss. 
/<J'7'^JM- Sills, door and window, stone. <, / ^ J. a^^ / a -^ 

2Sa S i lver, dopodtod on china and glassware. "^'^ 

3V- ^ ^S5--c Silver, German, and products, including German silver bars and ingots, platea 
and sheets, rods, tubing, and wire. 
Z^S" 348=^0 Silver, German, ware, (included with plated ware). 
3^^ 35=c Silver, nickel, and products. 

/ 3f -141 Silver, reducing and refining, from scrap and waste. 
Z^Z -^85 Silversmithing. 
zr^ ^^ Silverware. 
J2f^ ^^ Sinkers, for fishlines. 
^^S^ ;^9S-d Sinks, stamped, enameled. 
2 dJ^^ 3St-a Sinks, sanitary earthenware. 

^ ^^-349 Sinks, other than enameled and sanitary earthenware. 
/.«^^19^b Sinks, marble, and other stone, except slate, 
,aLdi l^^d Sinks, slate. 
^cfx ^^ Siphons, soda-water. 
2,c>'7 ^^ Sirup, cane. 
^^^ 13S=a Sirup, corn or glucose. 
/ ;Z/l( l^^^^Sii'up, maple. 
/2,/''/l^3=f Sirup, sorghum. 
^J. "^^ Sirups, cough, and other medicinal. 
^ ;2. -94" Sirups, flavoring. 
/Z/ { y^^^ Sii'ups, sweetening (other than cane), and corn sirups, and blended sirups. 
^ y -^ Sisal yam, rope, etc. 

4»^ -98- Sizes (for cloth, paper, etc.), includes dextrins, starches, glue, rosin, and other" 
gums. 
8-b Sizes, gold and bronze. 
^^3 -^§6 Skates, ice and roller. 
^^ i^Wt Skelp, iron and steel, including flue and pipe skelp. 
3y^3^'*40=-d Skewers, meat, wire. 
^i/-7 -3310 Skewers, wooden. 

/«/7^ 14*^ Skillets, cast-iron, and other than stamoed and enameled ware. 
;2 ^^*'' 3#8 Skillets, stamped and enameled. 
y ^ y 4^ Skins, fur, dressing and dyeing. 



84 CEXsrs OF maxufactuees : 1919. 

Industry No. 
/ y'S 185 Skins, tanned, curried and finished, except fur skins, 
// o j4^ Skirting and skirts, felt. 
7/ ^^ 72-a Skirts, felt, made from felt iabric. 
7/^ ^?^-b-Skirts, women's. 
^ f 3 »»» Skis, or skees. 
/f^ ^^ Slabs, pencil. 
/ ^ -^ 1«* Slabs, steel, hammered. 
/ ^ / -4€3- Slag, blast-furnace. 

Z 3 / ^3^ Slag, furnace, crushed, for paving material. 
Jt (s>/-^ !}64-b Slag, furnace, crushed, for roofing material. 
s.o</- 20e- Slag, ground. 
;^o^ ^^ Slate, ground. 
/^y^ l^-d Slate, inlaid. 

/^/^Id^^il Slate products, other than roofing slate. 
/ ^ 7 C '10d=T; Slate, roofing. 
/^/ y^ 19^-d Slate, structural. 
^iL^ 2»&=t) Slates, school. 
^*Ji :^ f3 C !*8© Slaughtering and meat packing, or meat patkiu g. ( 
'^*^. ^ r3\2^ Slaughtering, wholesale, not including meat packing J^;3;-^7^^/ 
c'f ^ Sleds, children's. 
>f<Z ^ -58=8 Sleds, horse or bob. 
y/^ 7^-e Sleeves, women's. 
v:r*e^ Sa-a Sleighs. 

^^>,^ M=g Slicers, fruit and vegetable. 
^ /// * !H4-c Slides, glass and other, for stereopticons and magic lanterns. 
/ 7<? -171 Slides, necktie, watch chain, etc., of ivory, shell, and bone. 

y^ -7S Slippers, burial. 
/ / o ^1^ Slippers, felt, made in felt establishments. 
^ZfA- -ao-a Slippers, felt, made from felt fabric. 
Slippers, leather. 
Slot machines. 
Slubbing, worsted. 
Slugs, printers'. 

Smelting and refining, copper, z^^^*-^- 
Smelting and refining, lead. ^,^i^^ ^^' 
Smelting and refining, of scrap and waste metal, except geld and silver anct 

other precious metals. 
Smelting and refining, zinc. /^P *--^. 
■^-e Smokers, bee. 

Smokestacks, tin, and sheet-iron. 
/ZyZ '^ 424-a Smokestacks, iron and steel plate. 
/^P ^W^ Snaps, harness. 

2 Snaths, scythe, and scythes. 
^^3 iW6" Snowshoes. 
3 / 7 ^ «l»-c Snuff. 
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Industry No. 

-^f / ^t Soap, including hard, soft, liquid, shaving, toilet, medicated,' powdered, etc. 
/^/ ^ H6^a Soap stock (or soap grease). 
^0^ 36^ Soapstone, ground. 
f7 99 Sockets, electrical. 
^0 St Sockets, whip, carriage and wagon. 
6>/ ^ -e^ Sodas (caustic, soda ash, etc.). 
Z^^ ^^ Soda-water apparatus. 

^/^ m- Sodium. 
/Zy^ 139-a Sofas, wooden. 
/ ^ci 14 d Solder, hard, soft, white, spelter or zinc, gold, silver, plumbers', pewterers*, 

and button. 
^^-^9a=i[) Solders, dental. 

2,7 -^ Soles, inner, of cork, felt, etc., for boots and shoes. 
* 7 -^ Soles, leather, neolin and other composition. 
3 0-^ Soles, rubber, when manufactured with rubber boots and shoes. 
^ (,Z I^OS" Soles, rubber, when manufactured without boots and shoes. 
^(^ ~98 Solutions, chrome tanning. 

^/^ €^ Solutions, pyroxylin, or film cement. (See Plastics.) 
//V-^ 45=d Soups, canned. 

2 Sowers, seed. 
..A/ '<- B^-a Spades. 

/^ 133-c Spaghetti. 
/, J. -itS" Sparklers (fireworks). 
y y -99 Spark-plugs, electric. 
Z 7 (J^Wi%=^ Spars, steel vessels. 
77« 28<*=^d Spars, wooden vessels. 
.^/^ ■30=f Spats, gaiters or OA-ergaiters. 
S. l'7 ^^ Spearmint, oil of. 
g ^»3 H^ Spears, fish. 
^aV- ^^1^ Spectacles. 
/CrO ^ l€^=tJ Spectroscopes. 
/-^ c <^16^=c Speedometers. 
-^^i? ^93 Spelter, or zinc, from scrap or waste. 
Z ffj^^ t^t- Spelter, or zinc, pig, bar, slab, plate, strip, and sheet. 
y^ i> ^3^ Spice, roasting and grinding. 
/// -413" Spiegeleisen (a ferromanganese alloy). 
I J2^/-^ '^^ Spigots. 
'. 3V^ 35-a Spigots, brass. 
/6^^1«9 Spikes. tV^^x^i^ . 
/^ ^^169-d Spikes, railroad. 
/6.?^ im=b Spikes, wire. 

3^20 ~*** Spikes, wire, made in wire-drawing mills. 
3/cj Mi Spindles, steel, for bobbins. 
J y-j'^- 34€-d Spindles, wire, for filing bills, etc. 
3y-7 359- Spindles, wooden, for grilles, furniture, etc, 
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'86 CENSUS OF MAXL'FACTUEES : 1019. 

Industry Xo. 
3/0 »!«• Splints. 

'i^'O -51r Spokes, carriage and wagon. 
S, 6^2 ^^ Sponges, rubber. 
<^ 7 "^8^ Sponging, cloth. 
^ iT "^ Spooling, cotton, 
c^-^y: «^ *W€-4 Spools, metal, for type^ATiter ribbons. 

3^7 ^^ Spools, wooden, for winding thread and 3'arn in textile mills. 
^ /J"*^ 348-a Spoons, plated. 
J2 f ^ 285— Spoons, silver. ^ 

Jl ^6' •A.-''-^2d8' Spoons, stamped and enameled metal. 
,/ ^3 306 Sporting goods. 
/S-^ <" 434- c Spraying machines. 

2 Spreaders, lime and manure. 
J2 9 M^ «»f-c Springs, automobile. 

-2^ o -202- Springs, bed, or spring beds, of plain or woven wire. 
-^ii- i~ 20?'b Springs, car and railway. 
;i^a«^ 202=a Springs, carriage and wagon. 

J J i^/ 336-b Springs, clock. , i 

2 1^ tf^ 207 - d Springs, machinery, not including wire springs./ a5U^ ^JU^-z-^^^ j 
^ C ^ 2jS5. Springs, rubber. 

^ ^ i/J^^^ Springs, steel, other than wire springs. 2,^_^ ii-^2-.>2..^..-,_,^ 
3 ^ ^*^38€-a Springs, watch. 
3>^2>^ 346-d Springs, wire, of steel, brass, phosphor bronze, etc., not made in wirc-diawino; 

establishments. 
3 <-/'Z 3*5 Springs, wire, made in wire-draAving mills. 
y 2.2^" i^*^C Sprinklers, fire extinquisher and lawn. 
/ ^ ^ 150- Spurs. 

4 Squibs, signal and miners'. 
2 Stackers, hay and grain. 
<23 ^2*- Stains, leather and shoe. 
^(s,/^ 2e4^b Stains, shingle. 
3c>^' 307 Stairs, iron and steel. 
/^i/- "IOC" Stair work, wooden. 
2, *^y -350 Stakes, surveyors, wood. 
2^ ^ ;^ -265 Stalls, finger, rubber. 

^/ ^ 02-d Stalls, portable, for dairies. 
-^ ^.-^ 208-a Stamped ivare, sheet metal, not elsewhere specified. 
/ Z-2^ ^ 124-c Stamping machines. 
3*^ Stamps, aluminum. 
2 o / ■^OS' Stamps, branding, iron. 
J ^ C? "^^ Stamps, hand, rubber and metal; includes time, date, postmarking, stamp 

canceling, and boot and textile marking stamps. 
/ ^ 7^ 120-d Stands, display merchandise. 
y^'y^^ 120-a Stands, flower, lamp, telephone, etc. 
^ t 120-€ Stands, music, metal. 
^ ^ t20^a~Stands, music, w^ooden. 



KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 87 

Industry No. 

'^ y.^ -*?? — Stands, sewing machine. 

-~x 29 Staples, boot and shoe, 
/(^y-^ l^ft-e-Staples, \rire, and all other. 
^*f z *t^ Staples, wire, made in \rire-dra-vring mills. 

138 b Staroh. ^^^-^r^^ 
^yX l3 8 b Starch, corn, wheat, potato, root, arrowroot, rice, etc. 
^7 -^W Starting devices, electric, for motors. 
/o 4- ie«- Stationery, engraved. 
Z'^^ 29^ Stationery goods. ^ <---^. (^-^-^.^^u-^.^ 

^^J -300 Statuar^^ plaster, composition, clay, cement, alabaster, marble, granite, etc. 
/^3 495 Staves, and other cooperage material. 
7 Staves, cement, for silos, etc. 
Hi^ -?9 Stays, back and vamp, boot and shoe. 
f^(^ 8ft«a Stays, corset, whalebone and steel. 
7/-^ ■9'9-e Stays, dress. 
3<^^ 8S-a Steam appliances, brass. 

tr^ -5* Steam raihoad repair shops, construction and repairs. 
IH-I 143-€ Stearin^. 

3oo 30?-x Steel barrels, drums, and tanks (portable"). 
/^;^ 4M Steel, rolled, forged, or cast products. 
fS-^ 86-a Steels, corset. 
/2,id H»-d Steero (beef extracts 
2^%^ ?5i^b Steins, or mugs, stoneware. 
/ 3 3 "435 Stem ware, glass (wineglasses, goblets, etc.). 

i Stems, for artificial flowers. 
^7^ ^^ *W-^ Stems, for steel vessels. 
2 yj^ 280-d Stems, for wooden A-essels. 
2*/.*/ "^^T Stems, pipe. 

/2.x!^ 1^4-c Stencil machines. * 

2,0/ 3^ Stencils, metal, cardboard, etc. 
3^ ^ -3^ Stepladders. 
/^y-^lOO-b Steps, stone. 
^ 2, c/. ^RPi=\i Stereopticons. 
a.'i.*/ ^J^-b Stereoscopes. 
^o Z. "304 Stereotyping. 

^fd -9*=d Sterilizers, milk bottle. 
^V? -^^ Sticks, candy, flag, rocket, etc. 
2.S' 3 250" Sticks, composing. 
2^3 "2^ Sticks, hockey, lacrosse, etc. 
^ /^ 344- Sticks, picker, turned wood, for looms. 

^O -a^-b Stills, copper. 
2^/ -^8^ Stirrups, leather, wood, etc. 
/</^S' -ijSfr Stirrups, metal, or stirrup irons. 

2<f<- «0-c Stitching, boot and shoe. 
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Industry Xo. 

4»5- Stock, wheel, handle, excelsior, veneer, cooperage, spool, bobbin, shuttle, 
pencil, and penholder, match, last, and other stock made from logs or bolts. 
45-c Stock, white (dried apples). 
Stockinette cloth, knitted. 
Stockings, elastic. 

Stocks, gun and revolver, and other parts. 
Stocks, whip. 
/^ ^ -4^^ Stoles, fur. 

d/^ -6^ Stoneash (crude potash). 
/^-/^ ^%%=b Stone, building. 
^5/ ^^ Stone, paving, broken and crushed. 

7 Stone products, artificial. 
/ ^y-v- i*^b Stone, rubble, and random, for building. 
.^a IM" Stones, engraved, lithographing. 

/■^ij.^ lS€-=lb Stones, imitation precious, made of colored and cut glass. 
/ J^ 1^ Stones, imitation precious, made or cut by lapidary establishments. 
/ cZ "IM Stones, lithographing. 

/ 6 '^ 156 Stones, rubbing, for finishing hardware and sharpening edge tools and cutlery. 
^ ^^^ ?3rl=-b Stoneware, including crocks, jars, jug.s, mugs and steins, and other stoneware 

pottery, 
/f 7^ 1*9-1) Stonework, other than slate. 
/-^ y*^ l^^a Stools, wooden. 
^ J -85 Stoppers, cork. 
/ 3 2> 1^ Stoppers, glass, bottle. 
^ t/.^^ ^i^h-Vk, Stoppers, porcelain, bottle. 
Z6>^ ^^ Stoppers, rubber. 
3 i/-jt^ 34€^(1 Stoppers, wire, bottle. 
2/2^ 21#=b Stops, organ. 
/^7 48* Stout (malt liquor). 

Stoves, cooking and heating, of cast iron, sheet iron, and wrought steel, except 

gas and oil stoves. 
Stoves, electric. 

Stoves, gas and oil, including alcohol, acetylene, and gasoline. 
Stoves, natural-gas, and vapor stoves. 
7^ 81-b Straps, box, from hoop poles. 
/ f -^ -184 Straps, leather, other than for saddlery and harness. 
:zf 1^ Straps, shoe. 
2^ 7^- ^ »36 Strawboard. 

300-1 aiiavv guuds, nuL ulbuvvheiu bpuuiribd . er^^ **^ z^^/ ^v^ . 

x.'h /^ Q t8t' Stretchers, boot and shoe. ^yOx>L^e.^i^c^y^ j^t^^tr^z^jz^^^ \ "U-^yd^u,^*^ 

^cL^ -SftF Stretchers, lace curtain. I 

^ I -83- String, cord, and twine. 
^^3 %W- Strings, gut, for tennis rackets, snowshoes, etc. 

^0 ^ "^^ Strings, metal and gut, for musical instruments, except piano strings. 
^/^^ !&14-a Strings, wire, piano. 

^^-^ 9^b Strips, finishing, dental, 
g y^ ^ 846-b Strips, weather, metal and wood. 

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Industry Xo. 
f9^ 18f Strops, razor, leather. 
/ (j,^ 164 Structural shapes, iron and steel. 

^'f -dS" Strychnine. 
3 3/ -33* Stucco, for wall plaster, or ornamental stucco work. 
S,9y -300 Stuccowork, ornamental. 

V^/ -43 Studs, collar and cuff, other than jewelry. 
/ JZ ±J3 Studs and buttons, gold, silver, and precious stones, for cuffs, collars, shirts, etc. 
/X2.^ 1^*m; Stuff ers, sausage. 
^1 ^ -0^ « Substitutes, rubber (plastics). 
iLt/.^ -iS^a Succotash (corn and beans), canned. 
^^^ -308 Sugar, beet. 
// ^ 430" Sugar, burnt, for flavoring and coloring. 
^ol -309 Sugar, cane (from the cane). 

fi/^ 138=-a Sugar, grape, or starch sugar, or dextrose. 
/ 2. / ^ t^3^g Sugar, maple. 
yy -79 Sugar of milk. 
y^/ ^tji^g Sugar, pulverized. 
^ . o- MfT Sugar, refining. 
%r-^ 353 Suitings, woolen. 
3^ J 35© Suitings, worsted. 
^f^ W-c Suits, bathing, gymnasium, and athletic, men's. 
// "T^-e Suits, bathing, gATnnasium, and athletic, women's. 
/ yj- IW Suits, bathing, knit. 

y/^ 7S-e Suits, children's. 
/ y^lW Suits, combination or union, knitted underwear. 

^^^ 70-a Suits, men's. 
J20 *^ Suits, children's play (cowboy, Indian, etc.). 
7/^ T^a Suits, women's. 
<<p/^ 6? Sulphates. 
^/^6^ Sulphur, refined. 
J<^f -311" Sulphuric, nitric and mixed acids. 
^ ^ "98 Sumac, ground, and sumac extract. 
// ^ tj^ Superphosphates. 
f/^-^ 0^=d Supplies, creamery. 
97 -99~ Supplies, electrical. 
2¥S^ 351=a Supplies, electrical, porcelain. 
Z^C' SJy Supplies, plumbers'. 
Zt/-^^ JJ51-a Supplies, potters' . 



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^/-t 03-« Supplies, apiarists'. 
3i<f^^^6-d Supplies, tA-pewriter. other than carbon paper and ribbon. 
3/ a ^rl^ Supporters, abdominal. 
^/a 312— Supporters, arch, for instep (boot and shoe). 



90 CENSUS OF MAXUFA^TCURES : 1919 

Industry No. 
''oi cL 2dS-d Supporters, collar, of celluloid, whalebone, etc. 
^ / / 7?^e Supporters, hose, women's. 
3/0 %)A Surgical appliances. 
^(1 318 Suspenders. 
2>/€> 31^ Suspensories. 
2/ ft ^t^ Sutures, surgical. 
/22^ ^ 134=c Swage blocks. 
/:^2 ^t^-c Swages. 
/ (pQ 16?-c Swages, dental. 

^ / ^<^ 3?l-d Swages, for setting saw teeth and for shaping metal. 
1^/^ 458-* Swatters, fly. 
f^ ^ H^ Sweaters, knit. 
Z^^-^M^-e Sweepers, carpet. 
/^^<M^i=c Sweeping machines, street. 
3S^0 3^ Swings, porch and lawn. 
/ ^2 ^ Ir^i^c Switch, appliances, railroad. 

^ y -^ Switchboards, electric. 
/ ^ 7^ 1^9^d Switchboards, electrical, slate. 
cf y J^ Switches, electric. 
i/i </■ HI46" S^\ itches, hair. 
/ ^ y "1^ Switches, railway, forged. 
f(of -^l=g Swords. 

(^f Z- -^ Synthetic preparations, medicinal, of coal-tar origin. 
^ U- -Otf" Synthetic preparations, medicinal, not of coal-tar origin. 
^ 6> X -265 Syringes, fountain, rubber, and piston sja-inges, hard-rubber. 
/ C^o ^t^^a Syringes, h^^odermic, and other medical and surgical. 
^^^•^ ^^9^b Systems, card index. 



/^^'^"TSS-e Tablecloths, made from the fabric. 
^:i ^^ Tables, billiards, pool, and bagatelle. ^,^t-^. 
8-b Tables, drawing. 
73 -^ Tables, embalming. 
/Zz(^ 1^-c Tables, saw, metal. 
.^ T'^ 'W^ Tables, sewing-machine. 
/^z*^ 134-c Tables, sludge. 
^^^/^30t^b Tables, steam. 

sy^ 5>§-C Tables, wage, rotary. 
/^y^ 1^^-a Tables, wood. 

^^ 95 " Tablets, medicinal. 
/juJ- t36"-b Tablets, memorial, art glass. 
^^C^ 2«a-b Tablets, paper. 
/ ^ y<=? 199-a Tablets, stone, cemetery. 

/ ,3v3 l^i"" Tableware, glass, blown, pressed, and molded. 
/3 ^-^t^ Tableware, glass, cut, stained, ornaniented, and engraved. 
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Industry Xo. 
:i y-i^ 351=b Tableware, stoneware, etc. 

fo ^ ^i-a Tableware, steel table cutlery, including knives and forks. 
X t^S^ 'i^r-2k Tableware, plated, knives, forks, and spoons, and flat ware. 
i ^6 ''H§=b Tableware, hollow ware, plated, bowls, cups, pitchers, tureens, etc. 
Z ^-2 g83 - Tableware, silver, including fiat ware, hollow ware, etc. 
/^7^ l^e=a Tabourettes. 
^93 »9r Tackle, fishing, of all kinds. 
-2 f 6> ^ 39»=b Tacks, thumb. 
/ (p^^'^yi^ Tacks, \\dre, and all other, including carpet, gimp, shoe, upholstery, doubln- 

pointed, etc. 
^ h^S^ 31 - 5 - Tacks, wire, made in wire-drawing mills. 
^^/^2M Taffetas, silk. 
/7iv 45^ Tags, paper, cloth, metal, etc., tags for price marking, and thunib tags f(.r 

indexes. 
2 7^' aaO- Tag stock. 
^o t^ 'JO^ Talc, ground. 

gi 3^ 2^^ Talking machines, parts and supplies. 
/4^/i- HS--b Tallow. 
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^■^^ -^Od' Tandems, motorcycle and bicycle. -^^^.^^^'^ • c-C2Si-<^-2x^--^z.-'^ 
/// / <^ 443-C Tankage (for fertilizer material). 
/2:i^ 1^4-c Tanks, air. 

7 Tanks, artificial stone. 
<r^ ^^ Tanks, copper, tin, and sheet iron. 
rZ'fo <^ M8=5 Tanks, developing, photographic. 
-^ y^ 249" Tanks, flush and other, plumbers'. 
/^2.'^ It4=a Tanks, iron and steel, not otherwise provided for. 
SCS' ^^^ Tanks, iron and steel, structural material for large gas tanks. 

c^jd 9^=d Tanks, milk. 
^f^ -^^ Tanks, soda-water. 

3 o o 30ti" S Tanks, steel barrels, drums and tanks (portable). 
/^4^ 106 Tanks, wooden. 

/^j tS* Tanning leather. . ^ 

^6> —%%- Tanning materials, extracts. 

2 6^Z ^^ Tape, insulating, rubber. 

/ f2. "^84 Tape, leather, for fur trimming. 
2^ ^Xr- (83t-b Tape, paper, gummed. 
■/- - ^ 9-1^ Tapes, asbestos. 
S'r -m Tapes, cotton. 
oL -8T" Tapestry, cotton. 
2?t ^ -28#-a Tapestry goods, silk. 
/St^ 1 58 <; Tapestry, made from purchased fabrics. 

3 5'P. 355" Tapestry, woolen. 
3^3^^ Tapestry, worsted. 

ays' -a*^-' Tar, wood. 
/ 3/ 435- Tar, coal, gas-house. 





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Industry Xo. 
y^.ir- 9^^— b Tar, coal, by-product coke ovens. 
Z 3 S '-^W Tar, or residuum, petroleum. 
^ ^ 3 ^M- Targets, archery and rifle shooting. 
^ :2.S' ^^ Targets, naval gun, seacoast, etc., and target materials. 
/^ ^-*^ Tarpaulins. 
36'^ 3^b Tarts. 
^ S f ^JM Tarvia (tar and oil composition for pa\-ing). 
/OS^ HO--f Tassels, umbrella. 
Taxicabs, auto. 
Taximeters. 
Tedders, hay. 
Telegraph apparatus. 
Telephone apparatus. 
/^^^l^^b Telescopes, astronomical, range finder, and rifle. 

/:l -48- Tents. 
3 /^^-Blf Terneplate, or dull, or roofing plate, coated with an alloy of tin and lead. 
33/ -as* Terra alba. 
3(0^ 37 c Terracotta, architectural and fireproofing. 
^3 -M~ Terrapin, canned. 
/^y-^109Hb Terrazzo work, stone. • 
J i/-f -150' Terrets, harness. 
3>^^ 3»»- Terry. 

^/i- ^^-b- Testers, egg, poultry. 
/ ^^<l 184j-c Testers, meter, gas and water. 
^i^ »*=d Testers, milk. 
97 -09 Therapeutic apparatus, electric. 
/ (jyo '^ JPBT^a Thermometers, medical. 
/Co^ W^c Thermometers, meteorological. 
■^^4^^^ -SW^ Thermostats, or heat controllers for attachment to oven or furnace. '--f^ nOi.^, 
/ 0% i 14#-f Thimbles, thread-cutter and other than gold and silver. 
/y ^ -^^ Thimbles, gold and silver. 
^/ ^ ^^ Thorium, salts and compounds. 
5 Thorns, artificial. 
^ Thrashers (horse and power). 
^ L --87 " Thread, cotton. 
/ 3 ^ X 136 Thread , glass . 
75/^- 187 Thread, linen. 
;i CZ. -265 Thread, rubber. 
^ffi\ 284 Thread, silk. 
/ ^ ^ c Mft-c Threaders, needle. 
^7 ^0 Tickers, stock, electric. 

^/c 58-c Ticket counting machines. \> <^- CA^^^^c-^^ . 
; J C -IW Tickets, pin, for marking prices. 
^ <^ T%i Ticks and ticking, cotton. 
7f -^Hl-b Tierces (casks, 42 gallons). 
y (j>Z 16* Ties, cotton bale. 

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Industry No. 
/f3 1^ Ties, cross, railway (hewed or sawed). 
/ ^y l^S" Ties, railway, forged steel or iron. 
/;2;2 c t2t=(i Tile, metal. 
jZ 3 I ^34 Tile, paving, cement. 
^(p/-^ 364=4) Tile, roofing, cement. 
3>C-^ S9^ Tiles, art, encaustic, glazed, vitrified, floor, roofing, and wall. 
3(0''^ 3?=e Tiles, building, hollow (fireproof terra-cotta). 

J 7 Tiles, floor, artificial stone. 
/f 7 i«»-b Tiles, floor, stone. 
3i^^ ^Bir Tills, or drawers, wooden. 
/ f 3 19dr Timber products. 
/^3 f^ Timbers, mine. 
f7 ^9- Time mechanism, electric. 
6> (» ~67~ Timing apparatus. J>,,<y<^. '^^-^'t-^j,^.^^ 
^fo ?tdS- Tin, recovered from scrap, etc. 

f^ -©5- Tinctures, medicinal. — 
3/S'^hri- Tinplate and tern eplate. 
3/ 5- -817 Tin, taggers'. 
3J C -Bi8- Tinware, not elsewhere specified, not including stamped ware. 

fO -^ TinAvork. 
/;z, ^ 1«? Tippets, fur. 
3.y -^ Tips, boot and shoe (cut stock). 
^3-^ Tips, cork. 
Zlf- 33-a Tips, cue, billiard and pool. 
/3o i^ la^a Tips, gas. 

Z S^ -3^ Tips, metal, boot and shoe. 
J '/o Hi" Tips, and handles, knife, of ivory, shell, and bone. 
Z^>^ -^^ Tires, cushion, solid and pneumatic, for autos, carriages, bicycles, motor cycles, 

' » » etc. 
/2^^'l«*=<; Tires, steel. 

Vi — Tirea, \'ulcauiziug (aulumublle): "^""^ -"-^ ^^'^f 
np/y ^^td=-a Tobacco, chewing or plug. 
^30 31 f <^ gt»=-d Tobacco extract, ia-^. o. 
3 / 7^^ 31d^b Tobacco , smoking . 
;t^3 396 Toboggans. 

Z r -^»- Toes, box, shoe. 
/ L 2> iiOS" Toggles, or cotters, iron and steel, for fastening bolts, etc. 
^37 -34ff Toilet preparations. 
J2 c/C 349 Toilets or closets, bathroom. 
/ f7^199=-a Tombstones. 
Z^3 -»96 Tongs, fish. 

y^ l^j ({ VHiFA Tongs, ice, oyster, fireplace, blacksmiths' ironworkers', etc. 
^0 "^'t'^ Tongues, or poles, carriage and wagon. 

^S- 8t- Tongues, shoe. ^ 

^^0^ ^^ Tonics, hair. ^^^ 

a CjL ■^Sh' Tonics, medicinal. 



94 CENSUS OF MAXUFACTUEES : 1919. 

Industry Xo. 
^J>o '^ ^33- Tonics, medicinal, proprietary. 
/ ZZ ^ 1^4=« Tools, drilling, fisliing, etc., for artesian, gas, and oil wells. 

<fo W Tools, edge, including axes and hatches, scissors, shears, clippers, augers, bits, 
gimlets, chisels, gouges, planes, adzes, and other such as vegetable and frait 
parers and slicers, cigar cutters, cutting dies, acyth ee, sickles, etc. (See ^^ZJo 
Saws; Hd, Files.) ^^^^^ C£^^.^^^ 
foh -&1=T Tools, edge, carpenters', including augers, bits, chisels, planes, etc. 
3/fJf 3^1=b Tools, hand, carpenters', not elsewhere specified. 
^/ f'^S^ jf Tools, hand, such as picks, wrenches, hand ^Tises, and posthole augurs. ^/^^ <j^c<,^ex 
3 /f(^' 8?4-c Tools, hand, machinists', not elsewhere specified. 

/'^S Wt Tools, machine (machines which employ a tool for working on metal and oper- 
ated by power or hand; see Form 145). 
/2z^ 1^4^c Tools, machinists', hand power and other power, other than machine tools. 
^ /^ 3^ Tools, not elsewhere specified. J^^^s- (^^S^a-^x^-- " 
3^^ -3^ Tools, toy. ^ 

8-b Tools and materials, drafting. 
3^p -«o± Toothpicks. 

10 Tops, automobile. 
x^i^ -9ir Tops, carriage and wagon. 
34^ *?-« Tops, chimney. 
/o^f- ilO=-f Tops, pillow, fancy. 

/ i^ro 4S1^ Tops, protector, for boot and shoe lasts, of wood and leather. 
S S'3 'SSfi" Tops, worsted and mohair. 
/yc'Vi^ Toques, knit. 

'f'jf —99 Torches, electric. 
// ^ 118 Torches (fireworks). 
// (f> lis- Torpedoes (fireworks). 

4 Torpedoes, railway, fog, and danger. 
£ 2s5' -^^ Torpedoes and torpedo tubes. 

/ y J? 4*4* Tortoise-shell work and articles, not including combs and hairpins. 
/^Y- ^^ Toupees, or small wigs. 
3^^^ ^^^^^ Tow, upholstering. 

y(^ -^ Towels and toweling, cotton. 
/ ^^ -18i Towels and toweling, linen. 
2^^ ^ 331-b Towels, paper. 
2>qS' ^^^ Towers, water, steel. 

<^c/ 95" Toxins. 
3>^c? ^^ Toys. 

y^i i08 Tractors, farm, road, and other. 
^^/-^ ;?8*^b Tram and organzine. 
^ ^^-^^45- Transfer work, photo-engraving. 
/ ^/ AW Transformations, hair. 
^ 7 ~^ Transformers, electric. 
/Q o "^ l€^c Transits, engineering and surveying. 
10 Transmissions, automobile, 
f /^ -80- Transmitters, telegraph and telephone. 



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KEY TO CI^VSSIFICATIOXS, 95 

Industry No. 
2 Transplanters, tobacco. 
3 y3^S44-d Traps, fly, game, and rat, wire . .S:^^!^ /v*^^ ,^ / y 7 :^ 

^ f3 29 % Traps, for trap shooting or pigeon shooting, 
/g/ iSS- Traps, lead. 
Z¥^ "**^ Traps, plumbers ' . 

x/^ 314 Travelers, ring, ^vire. lor textile machines. 

y^ g'/l46=f Trays, ash, card, serving, etc., fancy and other than of precious inolali. 
3</3ci ^^^^ Trays, desk. wire. 
^^^^^m-h Trays, filing. 

/7 3 474 TraA-p, jewelry and instrument. 

// -i8" Trays, picking, wicker. 
/2 7«-K9=a Trays, rolling. 
Jt/S- -S^l Trays, wooden, 
/.s-^ ^^f Trees, boot and shoe. 
/Zy^l^^a Trees or racks, hat. 
^o •5' -00^ Trellises, iron and steel. 
^;?<^ ^3=t Triangles, or racks, pool. 
2^oy'4d9 Tricars, motor cycle. 
3«5"i2- 35* Tricots. 
^lojyt^'im Tricycles. 

\^^ -5^ Tricycles, childi'en's. 
3o6~ Wi Trim, metal, and metal-covered, for builders'. 
/^t^ 1S6 Trim, wooden, builders'. 
y;2A^l?4=c Trimmers, wall-paper. 

10 Trimmings, automobile. 

;i ^ -3S-" Trimmings, boot and shoe. 

7 Trimmings, building, artificial stone. 
^Qf C 20S=e Trimmings, dress, cloak, and millinery. 
/;Lv-~i^ Trimmings, fur. 

Trimmings, gold, silver, etc., for umbrellas, canes, etc. 
Trimmings, lace, cotton, machine-made. 
Trimmings, leather, for suspenders, etc. 
Trimmings, silk. 
/^^C 14 J) -^c Trimmings, trunk. 

/ >; ^ -173 Trimmings and mountings, gold and silver, for comb.^, pipes, fountain pen-^, etc . 
Ouo^ -?^^c Tripods, camera. 

6:S^ 66-b Tripoli, for polishing stone and metal. 
Zo f^ "2^ Tripoli, gi'ound. 

7 Troughs, feed and water, artificial stone. 
/25.^ K4=^c Troughs, watering, ii'on. 

(^if^ ^3^a Trousers, men's. 
"^ /^d- S^-d Trowels, bricklayers', masons', plasterers', gai'den, etc. 
j2^.5'HJ^ Trucks, ammunition. 

11 Trucks, automobile. 

11 Trucks, baggage, electric (for railroad stations, etc.^. 
/2;2<^}^^c Trucks, hand, for freight, baggage, etc. 
11 Trijcks. hook and ladder, automobile. 



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Industry No. 
^*2. / 3^y Trunks, automobile, steamer, wardrobe, and sample. 
'^10 9^ Trusses, abdominal. 
j,^^ -3W Trusses, iron and steel, structural. 
^ /S,^ !J14-a Trusses, piano. 

/ Cr^ HH^ Tubes, boiler and other welded, seamless, etc. 
3/^^ 31#- Tubes, collapsible, tin foil, for anists' colors, tooth paste, etc. 
/v^i/'^-135 Tubes, glass, including test tubes, fountain pen fillers, droppers, it^.hnlers, 
spirit levels, etc., made from tubula r s tock, ^ ' 
f 7 -09 Tubes and bulbs, electrical, vacuum, X-ray, etc. 
/J3> ^H55r Tubes and bulbs, glass. 
^^ ^-'-231^b Tubes, paper, for cigarettes, drinking, mailing, etc. 

^^F-^' ^Sl^b Tubes, paper, or pulpboard, for winding thread and yarn in textile mills. 
^ CjZ ^^ Tubes, rubber, for tires. 
^-2,^-238 Tubes, torpedo. j_ 

34^^ ~35~ Tubing, br ass, bro nze, and coppe r, ^^k^^ <^£rt.,-«,o*-<:^-- 
^^ ^ ^ t34^c Tubing,, metal, flexible. 
^^ S^ Tubing, pillow, cotton. 
^ 6p^ ^*^ Tubing, rubber. 

5 Tubing and stems, for artificial flowers. 
-^ f5~ ;88^c Tubs, bath and laundry, enameled. 
2 ^ (:> , -84^ Tubs, bath and laundry, other than enameled. 
/ ^J "^ }#0-b Tubs, bath and other, marble and other stone, except slate. 
/ cfycL 109-d Tubs, laundry and other, slate. 
-y (aXr ^-b Tubs, butter and other, made from staves. 
7 Tubs, laundry, artificial stone. 
2SS''^ ^558 '- Tubs, made from wood and paper pulp. 
3y.^ -351 Tubs, wooden, not made from staves. 
«2 7^"^ -T^T^b Tuckers, sewing machine. 
^^/-c^ 303-€ Tucking, cloth. 
/ ^Z -484 Tufts, mattress, leather. 
/^^ 146 Turbans and turban pads, hair. 
/o / -10^ Turbines, steam and water. 

f C- -^ Turmeric, extract. 
2> 2 Z "3^ Turpentine, spirits of, from the crude turpentine or gum. 
3i^S' -348 Turpentine, from the wood, by wood distillation. 

^3 -44 Turtle, canned. 
3 S'S^ 355 Tweeds, woolen. 
3 ■5~3 -SsrO- Tweeds, worsted. 
3>f<fd. 3tl-d Tweezers. 
^Q, -m Twills, cotton. 
?/ -83 Twine, binder. 
?l -83-- Twine, cotton, flax, hemp, and jute. 
^ / -83- Twine, paper. 
X'^f}^ 2S4- Twist, machine, silk. 

97 T-wisfeiftgy-yafB-an d thread. 

3S13 9^ Type, lead, steel, brass, copper-faced, etc. 



KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. 97 



Industry No. 
ZL^ -36^ Type, rubber. 
/^Z ^ IM-c Type-castino; machines. 
3z^ *^ Type founding. 
^iSo'^ ;J53=d Typesetting. 
/^^ c- 434r-c Typesetting machines. 
^2H-^ 3«6s-a Typewriters. 



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J2r STT^ Umbrellas. 

7/^ ^?^c Undergarments, women's. 
73 -^)ir^ Undertakers' goods. 
JZl^-^' 1^ ^ Underwear, cloth, men's, other than knit goods. 
/y^^ 11^ Underwear, knit. 

// ^ ^?^-€ Underwear, women's, except knit goods. 
/;i ^.43^ Unhairing, of furs. 

2fS' 301-b Unions, for steam and hot-water apparatus. 
2fS-^ 3lr5 Unions, woolen. 
32,L -38S Upholstering materials. «^></-'.^:%^-<z<? 

5*^ -87 Upholstery goods, cotton. 
^y/'^'^S*'^^ Upholstery goods, silk. 
2 Sr W- Uppers, boot and shoe. 

3 (L- Utensils, aluminum, cooking and household. 
^ ^ ^^ 398-=a Utensils, stamped sheet metal, for kitchen and household. 
3 /6> -318 Utensils, tin, cooking and household. 
^ ^3 (^ 346-d Utensils, wire, cooking, including broilers, toasters, egg beaters, meat forks, . etc. 

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^^ -»&> Vaccines. 
/ c^i^ 11©=<^ Valentines, paper, silk, etc., fancy and novelty. 
3J2 I ^8S Valises. 

^ (o -dS" Valonia, extract. 
/;2 2Cia4=c Valves. 

^y —99- Valves, electric. 
Z^^ imr Valves, flush, plumbers'. 
J9'2^ -184" Valves, leather, for pumps, etc. 
^^g^d^Hr-h Valves, steam and hot-water heating apparatus, safety valves, etc. 



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98 CE^srsus of maxufactuees : 1919. 

Industry No. 
/2Jl^l^^=e Vanes, weather. 

^ /^ m Vanillin. 
:2 oy^"^^^ Vans, or parcel carriers, attached to motor cycles. 
J> ^y -3^ Varnishes, brewers'. 

7 Vases, artificial stone. 
:t^^ 2Sl-a Vases, china ware. 
/J 3 13Jr Vases, glass, blown or pressed. 
/J? j^J-lM Abases, glass, cut, stained, and ornamented, not by glass manufacturers. 

^/^ ^^d Vats, butter and cheese. 
y ^ y- iM Vats, wooden. 

, 7 Vaults, burial, artificial, stone. 
;2. ^^ 368^b Vaults, fireproof and burglar proof, and steel burial vaults, 
yy:^ 45^a Vegetables, canned. — ^y.^ ^ ^^.Cc^C^^^ 
^/-^ W^^ Veils, bee. 
Jttoi^ "803-8 Veils and veilings. 
;S^/ ^!584r-a Veils and veilings, silk. 
^( S^ Velocipedes, children's. 
^^ -87 Velvet, cotton. 
j2.S'/^ ^84^ Velvets, silk. 
/:3,->-' 1^4-c Vending machines. 
/(^j> 195 Veneer stock, 
/£j^J^ 1cM=-e Veneer work, inlaid. 
/^3 195 Veneers, from logs or bolts. 
3^S^ -330 Ventilators, window, roof, floor, sidewalk, etc. 
/Z 1^ l^S^c Vermicelli. 
fJl —8*- Vermouth. 
27(0 ^19 Vessels, steel. — ^^<^. 
Z 77 -^89 Vessels, wooden. ~ ^S -c^^^. 
;i 6''^ -^6^ Vestments, church, etc. 
/ 7^ 4^ Vests, knit. 
/ S ^ 18f Vests, leather. 
C ^^ >Q_a Vests, men's. 
^^2> 133 Vials, glass. 

/3V^ 130' A^ials, glass, made from glass tubing. 
3-^3 856' Vicuna, noils, yarn, and cloth. 
j^Z "i ^ ^^^ Vinegar, natural and artificial. 
5 Vines, artificial. 
to/^ -63 Viscoloid, aplastic. 
^/^ -%^ Viscose plastics. 
J/f ^3^1-d Vises, hand. 
/2:i c l«4-c Vises, machine and power. 

^/^ -6*- Vitriol, blue (sulphate of copper). 
/^^ -131 Vizors, cap. 
J (s>o^ l«^c Vulcanizers, dental. 

Vi — Vukaniaing tire s (automobil e) . 42<*xC ..*_ r f^/ 




KEY TO CLASSIFICATIONS. ' 90 

w 

Industry No. 
fC 8?L Wadding, cotton. 

*4 Wads, gun. 
So -^ Wagon materials. 
^Z'^ S»-a Wagons. 

11 Wagons, chemical, automobile (for fire departments). 
11 Wagons, delivery, automobile. 
^1 -53 Wagons, express, children's. 

11 Wagons, hose, automobile (for fire departments). 
11 Wagons, police patrol, automobile. 
/ ^ 7^ l«S-a Wagons, tea. 
J3/ 33^ Wainscoting, plaster, 
^^y-^ ld9_H) Wainscoting, stone. 
/'/'V- 1^ Wainscoting, wooden. 
gr5-X 86-b Waists, corset, 
^f^ ^y^b Waists, shirt, boys'. 
//■^ t^b Waists, shirt, women's. 
6-1 -5^ Walkers, baby. 
ii'f'7 -35^- Wallets. 

^^0 -dSS- Wall paper, not made in paper mills. 
/ a 7 -^ li^e-a Wardrob es. 

3 C, Ware, aluminum. 
^^^^'^^Srl^a Ware, art, ceramic. 
^/?^ ^?5t-a Ware, belleek. 
Z'^^^ 246-c Ware, britannia. 
ZfS'^ ^^-a Ware, china. 

;^^f^ 3&1 Ware, cooking and baking, earth ern. 
l ^ o -8?" Ware, copper, household. 
^y^'^SSl-a Ware, cream-colored. 
^<^^^ 2it-a Ware, delft. 
^^^a, 3^-a Ware, dinner, china. 
^^^£- 351-b W^are, earth ern. 
^ S^ /T^^ Ware, ecclesiastical, silver. . 
il y^^ -^^elHSi. Ware, faience. - Jl^^^ '^foA^ 
;^^^ ^Ssr Ware, fiat, silver. 
^A^^d- -348-c Ware, German silver. 

/ 3t/-^ *^ Ware, glass, cut, stained, ornamented and engraved, not made in glass estab- 
lishments. 
/3 3 -485 Ware, glass, pressed, molded, and blown. 
\ / SU^ 158-« Ware, hollow, kitchen, copper, cast-iron, etc., not eh^ewhere pro^dded for. 
^^-^348-b Ware, hollow, plated metal. 
^ ^^:z ^85- Ware, hollow, silver. 
/sG^l 15*-e Ware, iron, household. 
^ if-^Z- 251--b Ware, m.ajolica. 
/3 3 IB* Ware, opal glass. 



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100 CENSUS OF MAjSTUFACTURES : 1919. 

Industry Xo. 
^/^^^^^*^c Ware, pewter (included with plated ware). 

;^l/-S' ^*^ Ware, plated, including tableware and other plated vrare: («) Knives, forks, and 
^ u (5.£*-«,^e^'^ '^P^^^^' ^^*-^ ^^* ware, such as plates, platters, saucers, trays, etc.; (6) hollow 
ware, such as bowls, cups, tea and coffee pots, pitchers, tureens, etc.; (c) all 
other, 
o^ ^S ^ !JBri-a Ware, porcelain. 

/ 7 -18 Ware, rattan and willow. 
;Z t/-^^ f51-a Ware, sanitary, including glazed earthenware lavatories, sinks, closet or toilet 

bowls, stationary wash bowles, etc. 
ZF^ ^83 Ware, silver. 
^^^ ^85 Ware, silver deposited; includes ornamental and filigree work in silver on glass 

and china. 
2 ^s ^ 2d8-a Ware, stamped, of sheet metal, not elsewhere specified. 
;Z tJ-^ ^^ 3»l-b Ware, stone. 

3 /L 318- Ware, tin. .. 

^ y^^ 251^ Ware, white, stonowaro . ^ -^^^-■zC,^^^.^i-.--t.'^ ^^-.^-^-^ . 

/ 7 ~l^ W^are, willow and rattan. 
3 "r^ -^51 Ware, wooden. 
Z y-^^ ^51Ht) Ware, yellow. '^^^ n^r^z^^^ 

f^ -89- Wares, small, cotton. 
3/ ^ ^^44- Warping machines. 

^S' -9? Warping, yarn and thread. 
3^^ m± Washboards. 
a/ (pC ^i?=^d Washers, butter. 
.^n'c -5t Washers, carriage and wagon. 
/^3 4^ Washers, iron and steel, including lock and riveting washers and burrs, 
y rr3 184 Washers, leather. 
'J y -9i^ Washers, mica, insulating. 
f/ ^ ^^d Washers, milk bottle. 
;2 i/C -^49- Washers, plumbers', 
a &2. ^05 Washers, rubber. 

^^^-^ 301--b Washers, steam and hot-water heating apparatus. 
33 ^ -334 Washing machines, hand or power. 
3 3 3^ 8S5-a Waste, cotton. 
533-^ 335-b Waste, wool. 
3 3 5" ^33? Watch cases. 
2>2>'/-^ S36'*- Watch materials. 
^3^ ^338-a Watches and wfltgh movomontn. 
j^3(/^ 338-a Watches, chronometer. 
2 3y -^340 Water, toilet. 
/ 3, ^ C134-C Watering appliances. 
^ S' ^iPt Watering, silk goods. 
^ ^ ^rt Waterproofing, cloth. 
^236"^ ^^*8-b Waterproofing compounds. 

^o3^ JJ95==a Waters, mineral, artificial and natural, when carbonated. 
;Zo3^ ^J05-a Waters, soda. 



KEY TO CLASSIFICATIOITS. 101 

Industry No. 
/«/^146 Waves, hair. 
JZ^3 -M Wax, harness, leather, and shoe. 
IffjS"'^ •6«=c Wax, laundry and floor, 
c^ OZ' S04 Wax, molding, for making electrotype molds. 
^ 3 ^ 341 Wax, paraffin. 

7^ "dS-b Wax preparations, dental. 
;io^' ^i^ Wax, sealing. {A,^. cC^J] 
■ ^^T'^-'W^C Wax, sealing, fillets. 

f^cl W-d Weaners, calf. y^^ 

q ^ -;j03=ti Weaving holes in cloth for the trade, repairing imperfect spots, etc. [ >>a.<^^y-^^^^ 
/ n -if^ Webbing, cane and rattan. 
^^ -SS' Webbing, cotton. 
, // -OiS- Webbing, elastic. 
% Weeders. 
1 J17 f ^^^ Weighers, milk. 
" ^^y/ ^14r Weighing machines, and apparatus, automatic and computing, etc. 

/pff/ 110-f Weights, paper. . ^ 

Jlf^^^^^^^'h W^eights, sash.- / ^ ^-^ ( ^^- V 

/j-^' iST^ Weights, toe, for race horses, attachable to horseshoes. 
f C -08^ Weld, or woad, extract. 
/ La-^^ ^^^^^ Welding, including acetylene, oxy-acetylene, oxy-blaugas welding; electric 

and thermit welding, etc. 
/ZZ^ 12#^c Welding apparatus, other than electric. 
if J -9^ Welding apparatus, electric. 

7 Wells, battery, artificial stone. 
-2 f -^ Welting, boot and shoe. 

^69 Whal e buue mttiug. — ^^^/*^ /fJ^' 

/^/'^^^^a Wheat, cracked, puffed, shredded, and other table cereal. 
/.^/^43S=a Wheatina. 
Jd^ -340^ Wheelbarrows, wood, steel, etc. 
/f 3 195 Wheel stock. 
ff mt Wheels, abrasive. 
10 Wheels, automobile. 
J^f-"^ Sm^a, Wheels, balance, watch. 
/^/t^ !%• Wheels, band and bull. 
/^J -1^3" Wheels, brush, foundry. 
/^^ 464- Wheels, car and locomotive, rolled. 
/(^ 7 ^^ ^A'Tieels, car and locomotive, forged. 
/J ^^ 1^4-b Wheels, car and locomotive, cast-ii'on, 
J'^O -51 Wheels, carriage and wagon. 
// ^ MS" \Weels, fireworks. 
/;l2. ^1S4=c Wheels, gear. 
ff -101: Wheels, grinding, polishing, and buffing, of emery, corundum, adamite, alun- 

dum, cloth, leather, etc. 
'ff »3-fe \\Tieels, grinding and polishing, dentists*. 
/J. ^ <^12^e Wheels, propeller. 



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Industry No. 
/ I 40*- WTieels, water, 
/^y: 140 TMietstones. 

^o '^ ^liiffletrees, carriage and wagon. 
3 3^ -341 ^^^lips. 

/ f(^^ 188-=t? TMii?ky, boui'bon, rye, corn, and malt. 
/«2-3 -^ 4^4^ \Yhite metal castings (alloy purchased). 
^o^ -3^ AMiite, Paris, gi-ound. " j> ■ 

^^y^ ^ 3«*--a ^\Tiite ware (eaztluerusaxe).*^ -i^t^'iU^ ^^«.i2,^,*-cPc^, -<^*--zi>t.x_ , 
JZ o V- ^^ AMiiting, ground. 

/"^ -^fil- Wicks, lamp and stove, cotton. 
/z/V 1** Wigs. 

^ ^ ^niri- AVigwams, play, children's. 
/ 7 ~18- Willow ware. 
^ S "ST" Winding, yarn, 
3 3<f -34r Windmills. 
J?/// -344 Window shades and fixtures. 
j-__ -i- ld6- Windows, stained and art glass. 

/ ^^ -100" Wines, including champagne, port, sherry, claret, tokay, catawba, angelica, etc 
^ ^^ ^dfr Wings, water, for swimming. 
Jl /J ^ ^20- Wintergreen, oil of. 
^ f (^"^^m-y^ Wipers, pen. 

^ *^^ 34* Wire.^ ^^(/t^t,.,,^.-^^ ...^ ^„>-^^L^ ^--t,*/^ X^-- -^^-^^.<s,£.*t-.«^^ i^^^t^. 
/ (s -^ 104" Wii-e, drawn in the wire departments of steel rolling mills, 
f^ //^ ^ 346^a Wire, barbed, not made in a wire-drawing mill. 
3 v^^ -345- Wire, barbed, made in a wire-drawing mill. 

a ^. -35- Wire, brass, bronze, copper, German silver, etc., d rawn in the w i re drawin g 
de^^grtmcnt of a rolliTig mill. ^-.^^^ c^t-^^-t---^ 
^ ^< 345" Wire, brass, bronze, copper, German silver, etc., drawn in a wire-drawing mill 
' ol -^ 30*-c Wire, cloth-covered, for millinery. 
f^ ^ -^d^b Wire, dental. 

Wii'e, gold-filled. 

Wire, hat. - ■ ■ ■ 

Wire, insulated.- ^p-^.^ ^^c^-<^ ,.^ ,,.-— ^ - d^.,^.....-^.^^ ^.-^.^e^ . 

Wire, insulated, copper, made in wire-drawing mills. ^ 

Wire, manufactures of, made in wire-drawing mills. 

AYire, manufactures of, not made in wire-drawing mills, ^^t**^ ^:2^ct..-*-<-^. 

Wire parts, textile machinery, including wire heddles, pile wires, reed wires^ 

ring travelers, etc. 
Wireless apparatus, telegraph and telephone. 
Wires, pile, for carpet and velvet weaving. 
Wires, reed, for loom reeds. 
Wirework, including barbed wire, wire rope and cable, woven-wire fencing, 

and all other fabricated wire products, made of purchased wire. v§x/<-^. ^j2^x-ii 
AVirework, made in wire-drawing mills. 
Witch-hazel, extract of.^ ft^^c^-nc^ Atr*-^ -ILs-^x-C J^^^t^ 
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KEY TO CI^VSSIFICATIOXS. 103 

, Industry No. 
^^ -^8" Woad, or weld, extract. 

/^/ WfiT AVood, bent. 
3t^S ^%^ Wood distillation. 
ZZ-]^ 230-* Wood flour. 
/C ^^ UOmj Wood, novelties. 
/ ^ 3 1^ Wood, pulp. 

y -^ ^ 106 Wood, ply-. 

^i^J 350" Wood, turned, and carved. 

/OS' ^^ Woodcuts. 

J i^^ 451 Wooden goods, not elsewhere specified. 

^*/-y 35f Woodenware. 

^ t/-J 3cW Woodwork, carved. 

/ ^ ^ 496 Woodwork, interior. 
;2,^6> S*S Woodvrork, plumbers'. 

y^^c K^c Woodworking machinery. 
/3y.-^186t Wool, glass. 
;^«?^^'90« Wool, mineral. 

/;2;;iC- IS^^t Wool, Steel. 

^S'Z. -SSS" Woolen goods. 

y*r^ 1^ Work, ivory, shell, bone, horn, mother-of-pearl, tortoise shell, amber, etc., and 
imitations of these materials, not including buttons and combs and hairpins. 
//(f,-i?^ Work, lapidary. 
f/i^ d3^d Workers, butter. 
^^^ ^^ Worsted goods. 
^// MSr Woven goods, elastic. 
/^^ 401* Wrappers, lithographed. 
^^>'^p831r-b Wrappers, paper, for cigars, toothpicks, mailing, etc. 

7/ ?^d Wrappers, women's. 
/^2.^1^4=<; Wrapping machines, foil. 
5 Yv>eaths, artificial. 
3 !i'^ ^^ Wrenches, machinists', plumbers', and other. 
3 3 2. -334" Wringers, clothes, hand or power. 
IS'Ct'^ 158==e Wringers, mop pail. 
/JS -««^ Vrrist^ers, knit . 
/fZ 1** Wristlets, watch, leather. 



^/.(O-^ Xylonite (a plastic). 



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104 CENSUS OF manufactures: 1919. 

Industry No. x 

^1 'f a. :i9a ' Yachts, wcodcMi, . 

j^(^ % W^ Yardsticks. | 

.J^ ^ c 9-lv Yarn, asbestos. --V 

/^f ij 4{Mr Yam, coir or cocoa fiber. 

^ & m- Yarn, cotton. 
^ ^ S' 48f- Yarn, flax (or linen). • 
/ 2> ^^ ISfr- ' Yarn, p;lass. 

/*/ 89- Yarn, hemp, for corda<?e and twine. 
/7V l'<^ Yarn, jnte. 

J ^ ^ 355 Yarn, merino or union (wool and cotton mixed). 
3 ^3 -aS^" Yarn, merino or union (worsted and cotton mixed). 
y / -^S" Yarn, ramie, or china grass, for cordage and twine. 
S^ 855 Yarn, woolen. 
J^'d S56' Yarn, worsted. 

/ i^ A 17^ Yeast cakes and compounds. 
/^ ^ 17-to Yeast, dry, liquid, and compressed. 
j^S 35iHI) Yellow ware (earthenware). 

^j -6i- Yokes, neck, carriage, and wagon, other than metal. 
, v- 150- Yokes, neck, metal. 



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/ c ?1K5 Zinc, from scrap and waste. 
;i ^ S -2^ Zinc, smelting and refining. ^^«-^. c£^^,.^ip 
^ ff- ^ 293-a Zinc, or spelter, pigs, bars, plates, and sheets. 

<^ -^ T^%-\r7iv^Q. products other than pigs, bars, plates, and sheets. 

3^'-/ 36-to Zweibach (toasted bread). 



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